Orange SL Showcases Rich Service Portfolio at NATCOM’s Sixth Consumer Parliament

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(SLENA, 30th March, 2021). The General Secretary of Orange mobile company, Haffie Haffner has said that Orange-SL has been operating for five years now in the country and providing excellent service for the Sierra Leonean populace.

Madam Haffner made the statement in Bo at the Consumer parliament event organised by Sierra Leone’s National Telecommunication Commission (NATCOM) on the theme: “Digital Penetration for Consumer Satisfaction in Telecommunications.”

Sierra Leone Seeks Partnership for Sustainable Financial Model By State House Media and Communications Unit

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His Excellency President Dr Julius Maada Bio and Stakeholders in the energy sector

(SLENA, 30th March, 2021). His Excellency President Dr Julius Maada Bio has called for a sustainable partnership when he addressed a roundtable of stakeholders in the energy sector, saying Government spent in excess of Le140 Billion to subsidise electricity supply in 2020 alone. 

“I am concerned about the pressure on Government finances, but I believe that we can collaborate as partners to find a sustainable financial model that will serve us in the long-term. Since the COVID-19 pandemic struck, partner and foreign funding sources to support the energy sector have dwindled somewhat. But the need for available and affordable electricity has not diminished,” he said.

Kamalo, Sanda Tendaren, Mateboi and Batkanu discusses Government’s Inclusive Development Plans

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(SLENA, 30th March, 2021). His Excellency President Dr Julius Maada Bio has toured major towns in the Karene District as part of his inclusive approach to governance and shared his government’s district-specific achievements for citizens in that part of the country, 156km from the capital, Freetown.

In Sanda Tendaren, Regent Chief Alhaji Bundu said they were happy with the visit of President Bio, noting that it demonstrated strong leadership that had sought to bring governance and development discussions and decisions closer to the people.

VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS STILL prevalent… says Sierra Leone’s Permanent Representative to the UN

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(SLENA, 30th March, 2021). The Sierra Leone's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Dr. Alie Kabbah has said violence against women and girls remains pervasive across the world, despite significant efforts to eliminate, and prevent it in all forms.
Dr. Alie Kabbah made this remarks during the Special Event on Political Leadership and Violence Against Women and Girls.
He said violence against women and girls was rooted in gender-based discrimination, social norms that accept violence, and gender stereotypes. He said UN-Women has noted that efforts to eliminate violence against women and girls have mainly focused on responding to and providing services for survivors of violence.


As Consumers Demand for Quality Network Services... Information Minister proffers 90 days for sim registrations

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(SLENA, 30th March, 2021). The Minister of Information and Communications, Honourable Mohamed Rahman Swaray has given 90 days to all mobile phone companies to register their sim cards and provide improved telecom services to the public.

Minister Swaray made the pronouncement while officially opening the meeting of the National Telecommunication Commission (NATCOM) led initiative called Consumer parliament in Bo.

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