Killing Njala, Raising Limkokwing

As Njala University students recently unhappily protested over months of ‘no lectures’ owing to current strike action by lecturers, government last week glorified a foreign owned university- Limkokwing.

Njala lecturers had gone into an industrial strike action, laying down tools because of no payment of backlog salaries owed them for three years.

The membership of the college’s Academic Staff Association (ASA), till date, refused going back to class because the institution’s administration had botched yielding to agreement for an increase of salary as well as facilities due lecturers.

This, recently, forced thousands of deprived students taken to the streets as they annoyingly protested in the front of the Office of President Koroma, with placards bearing the inscription: “we are tired staying home doing nothing” while also compelling government do something in putting to rest the current standoff.

The students’ disillusionment relates to allegations that the Minister of Education, Minkailu Bah, facilitated payment of over Le 3 billion to Limkokwing (a foreign University) as was lately established in the country.

A source recently tells the New AGE that money hurriedly given Limkokwing came as a result of Minister Minkailu Bah’s hands in the University, thus his pay-no-attention to the plight of local institutions the like of Njala, others.

Findings also point to the fact that the Minister decided to subsidize a whopping $3,000 each to almost all the students of Limkokwing, which we are told amounted to 3 Billion Leones.

As at press time, reports say Njala Lecturers are currently planning full-bodied strike action in the weeks to come, as they insistently demand for their February salary, which as we speak is yet to reach them owing to government’s failure in paying out the college’s subvention.

Educationists however say that ever since the President Koroma government came to power in 2007, education has gone from bad to worse, with no vision rescuing it.

One Njala lecturer who asked for his name not to be mentioned quoted words of British Spokesman Lord Halifax as saying: “I often think how much easier the world would have been to manage if Herr Hitler and Signor Mussolini had been at Oxford,” in a way obliging the ruling APC governments put premium to education if Sierra Leone is to develop.

Efforts getting the side of Education Ministry proved futile.

21 thoughts on “Killing Njala, Raising Limkokwing

  • April 7, 2017 at 2:26 pm
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    07/04/2017 at 4:15 PM Reply ↓

    This guy vector foh is simply a ”big criminal” This ”shameless thief,totally naked ape” had helped destroyed salone more than any living salone ”ape” except probably aped weirdnest koroma.

    This ”ape humanoid vector foh” encompasses/embodies all that is stinky/foul and rotten with rampantly reckless, mindless with irrational exuberant excesses in corruption since in the 70s’ salone. The most ”VILEST APE” IN THE WHOLE SALONE TO THINK OF EVER BEING HEAD OF ANY LEADERSHIP REGARDLESS OF WHAT KIND OF LEADERSHIP IT MAY BE IN THAT CURSELAND.

    It was his-vector foh’s appointment to vp that brought me to a clean conclusion, that this APE LEADER WeirdNest kamara//sisey//koroma is a total disgrace to himself and to the people, beside, really very well known that all of his mostly tenminee leadership administration were full of ”DRUG TRAFFICKERS”. If it was not for outside watch dogs who had full info about the drug trafficking trade in president koromas’ and his gangs of cohorts ministers, came to realised how this dealer/leader was flattering to the folks in the country of ”how much love he has for the country and the people more than himself” taking the folks for a total dumb little follies of a kind of ape they are. SAD.

    ErNest koroma having now being totally convince of the truly complete foolishness/curse of salone people, being now a kinda mini ape-god in the eyes of his totally illiterate, deprave and destitute aped souls tenminee diehard ”YOUTH” supporters WITH ”WHOM APED BRO JUSTICE FREESLUM KOROMA//SISEY//KAMARA(F**K)GOES JOGGING WITH TO SHOW OFF HIS BEAT HARD CHEST APED INSTINCT POPULARITY AS THE OLDEST APE HUMANOID VERTEBRATE”, IS-ERNEST KOROMA, NOW ON A VERY SERIOUS AND DESTRUCTIVE MOVES OF BRING IN, IN THE A P C NEPOTISM, by given salone to sisey and kamara. WHY!!!???<<<…PLAY BOOK FROM TOTALLY COMPLETE ROGUES, CROOKS, THIEVES, DRUG TRAFFICKERS, MURDERERS, CORRUPT AND TOTALLY INCOMPETENT/ NOT FIT FOR LEADERSHIP LAGACY HE VERY WELL KNOWS WAS HIS ACCOMPLISHMENT ACHIEVED UNDER HIS WATCH, THEY WOULD WANTS SOMEBODY MORE CRUDE, RAW AND HOPELESS THAN HIMSELF. THAT'S A PLOY FOR ALL HIS KINDS OF LEADERSHIP. NEVER GOOD FOR THE PEOPLE BUT FOR THEIR SOLE LITTLE PITIFUL SOULS

    It will be the greatest ill evilness toward irreversible damnation of salone for generation to come. If just for a sec, to remind folk of how salone came with this ape ernest koroma and the complete mess that is salone today-Siaka thieven haven't you heard about him yet!???…''HE'S A VERY PITIFULLY SAD STORY, WRETCHEDLY CORRUPT APE THAT HAVE LEFT US THE KIND OF SOCIETY/CULTURE/CIVILAZATION THAT IS SIERRA LEONE TODAY. THAT'S ALL I HAVE TO SAY FOLKS.

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  • May 24, 2017 at 10:36 am
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    Africa and it’s Corrupt, Incompetent, Brainless, Appalling and Foolishly Suicidal Leadership!<?.

    More wealth leaves Africa every year than enters it – by more than $40bn (£31bn) – according to research that challenges “misleading” perceptions of foreign aid and profound and gross whole sale Corruptions by it's own Leadership, like in the case of SIERRA LEONE LEADERSHIP.

    Analysis by a coalition of UK and African equality and development campaigners including Global Justice Now, published on Wednesday, claims the rest of the world is profiting more than most African/Sierra Leone citizens from the continent’s/country's wealth.

    It said African countries received $162bn in 2015, mainly in loans, aid and personal remittances. But in the same year, $203bn was taken from the continent, either directly through multinationals repatriating profits and illegally moving money into tax havens, or by costs imposed by the rest of the world through climate change adaptation and mitigation or through MASSIVE CORRUPTION BY SIERRA LEONE POLITICAL LEADERSHIPS.

    This led to an annual financial deficit of $41.3bn from the 47 African countries where many people remain trapped in perpetual poverty by their own Leadership and Government, according to the report, Honest Accounts 2017. Sierra Leone is a typical archetypal case in optic.

    The campaigners said illicit financial flows, defined as the illegal movement of cash between countries, account for $68bn a year, three times as much as the $19bn Africa receives in aid. Sierra Leone a point of case here.

    Tim Jones, an economist from the Jubilee Debt Campaign, said: “The key message we want to get across is that more money flows out of Africa than goes in, and if we are to address poverty and income inequality we have to help to get it back from their own insensitive LEADERS who Bank all the wealth in foreign lands and banks and build castles on sand.”

    The key factors contributing to this inequality include unjust debt payments and multinational companies hiding proceeds through tax avoidance, corruption and a massive grossly misuse of their citizens and country's natural wealth by their own Leadership, he said. The Leadership in SIERRA LEONE is a good case in optic.

    African governments received $32bn in loans in 2015, but paid more than half of that – $18bn – in debt interest, with the level of debt rising rapidly.

    The prevailing narrative, where rich country governments say their foreign aid is
    helping Africa, is “a distraction and misleading”, the campaigners said.

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