Essays on Sierra Leone

Mano River Union
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As West Africa is confronting dangers, for example, expansion of little Arms and light weapons (SALW), theft, hijacking, revolt and psychological oppression from fear based oppressor gatherings, for example, Boko Haram, Alqaeeda in Islamic Magreeb (AQIM). The propensities to spread wild like flame during the Harmattan season and to different nations in the sub-locale is an unquestionable requirement. Thus, the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces (RSLAF) is there to verify and keep up/protect the regional respectability of Sierra Leone…...
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HA/DOSP/JSC/19/179Jun 19 FreetownSIGNIFICANCE OF COLLECTIVE SECURITY IN THE MANO RIVER UNION SUB-REGION (THE ROLE OF RSLAF A CASE STUDY)INTRODUCTION1. As West Africa is facing threats such as proliferation of small arms and light weapons, piracy, kidnapping, insurgency and terrorism from terrorist groups such as Boko Haram, Al Qaeda in Islamic Maghreb. The tendencies to spread wild like fire during the Harmattan season and to different countries in the sub-region of Mano River union is a must. Because of that, the…...
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