SALONE TIMES was shocked that the office meant to regulate people that will be running this country has been without electricity supply for six weeks.
The office is being treated with total neglect by the government of Sierra Leone and the interior of the office is so hot that workers have to resort to sitting out in the open to avoid the stifling heat within.
SALONE TIMES noticed, when they visited the Political Parties Registration Head Office at State Avenue where the Office of the President, the Military Headquarters and that of the Vice President are also situated to make enquiries about the seven story building which the ruling All People Congress party is constructing.
SALONE TIMES noticed that even for the new PPRC Chairman to read documents, Justice Patrick Omolade Hamilton has to rely on the torch of his radio.
This has frustrated the staff of PPRC who like the Chairman are determined to work for the good of the people of this country but they are being starved of resources to do their work.
The Chairman has to come with his own flask to drink tea in the office just because the office has been without electricity ever since the retired judge was appointed Chairman.
The reason for the six weeks power cut at the PPRC is because the Commission has not the been receiving power supply from Electricity Supply and Distribution Authority and the fact that they have not received their allocations to fuel the generator.
The paradox of the power cut is that while the Commission is struggling to run itself, one of the political parties it is regulating is spending over 7 Billion Leones to build a 7 storey party office in Freetown.