Sierra Leone:- Government PRESS RELEASE ON THE ARREST AND DETENTION OF DR. DAVID TAM BARYOH

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  PRESS RELEASE ON THE ARREST AND DETENTION OF DR. DAVID TAM BARYOH ON JULY 31ST THIS YEAR, HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT DR. ERNEST BAI KOROMA MADE A BROADCAST TO THE NATION ON THE WAKE OF THE EBOLA OUTBREAK AND PROCLAIMED A PUBLIC STATE OF EMERGENCY PURSUANT TO SECTION 29, SUBSECTION 1 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF SIERRA LEONE 1991 (ACT NO. 6 OF 1991) More...

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