Life can be sometimes very deceptive. Many a times what is rosy at the rise of the sun withers at the setting of the same sun. Laws are normally expected to guide the judiciary and protect the populace. But for Sierra Leone the non-compliance with and the non- enforcement of our laws has and is still costing us even our lives. To complicate the issues further there is so much overlaps and ambiguities in our laws. Take for example the retirement age. We hear civil service is allowed 65 years but 60 years for others. There are also conflicts over role relationships.
Like I always say, unless and until there is a conscious alignment between the various statutory provisions for statecraft, we will continue to have tensions over who does what. Some years ago when the Vice Presidency [...]