The much talked about election voting materials for the runoff scheduled for March 27th, this year, arrived on Thursday March 22, at the Lungi International Airport. Political Parties representatives inspected the materials in the presence of full security personnel comprising the military and police.

The materials have since been distributed across Sierra Leone, registered and recorded for the attention of all citizens, given the details bellow.

1. Port Loko – three pallets (22,23,24) in vehicle with registration number AMT 160
2. BO three pallets (25,26,27) in vehicle registration number AJD 149
3. Moyamba- two pallets (30,31) in vehicle registration number AKA 824
4. Kenema – four pallets (3,4,5,6)- (108,108,108,18 – quantities respectively in vehicle registration number AKW 5840
5. BONTH – two pallets (28, 29) and quantity respectively 108, 21; in vehicle registration number AMY 788
6. Western Area Rural – two pallets 34,35 – Spare RRF, TCAR FORMS; RSF FORMS. MTF1 BOOKS- 41,42,43,44,45 (14 boxes) – 200 per district. 41 – 14; 42 – 26; 44-18, 43-18 – All above placed in vehicle registration number ANH 676

7. Western Urban – five pallets 36,37,38,39,40 placed in vehicle registration number ALY 365.

8. Koinadugu – two pallets 13,14 placed in vehicle registration number AMP 824
9. Pujehun – two pallets 32,33 – and placed in vehicle registration number ANP 920
10. Kailaihun – two pallets 1,2 (quantity 108,114) placed in vehicle registration number AMS 773
11. Kono – two pallets 7,8 and placed in vehicle registration number ALQ 265
12. Bombali – two pallets 9,10 – and placed in vehicle registration number ALE 406
13. Kareni – two pallets 20,21 – and placed in vehicle registration number AFT 291 – ( quantity respectively 108 ;47)
14. Tonkolili – three pallets 15,16,17 – (quantity respectively: 108,108, 17) and placed in vehicle registration number – AJC 146
15. Kambia – two pallets 18,19 – not loaded on a vehicle
16. Falaba – two pallets 11,12 – not loaded on a vehicle
17. NOTE: there were no vehicles for Kambia and Falaba. The pallets were secured and both NEC and security personnel who camped by the pallets guaranteed there safety.

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Abu Bakarr Tarawally is a Journalist based in Freetown. He works for the Sierra Leone Broadcasting Corporation as a radio producer. He has once served as Editor for a few newspapers in Freetown, including Sierra Express Media, The Exclusive Newspaper and his own newspaper, the Daily Express Publications. He is a teacher trainer, and loves writing and reading a lot. Email: abstarawally@gmail.com. Call +232 88601277 or +2327661303.

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