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Golf Fans Just Want the Best Players to Play

Fore The People

04:45 min | 2 weeks ago

Golf Fans Just Want the Best Players to Play

"That's it. End of story, then you don't have to worry about it. I mean, I know he's screwed with Tiger, creating his own tour of the Rory tour whenever people want to call it, but I don't know, man. The thing about Rory is like, still got Greg off ahead of him. It goes without saying, but he's not 21. Right. Or whatever. There's going to be all sorts of people coming up. So like, what's this all going to look like? Their skin probably have to be a marriage in this deal. The rumors on the street this week was John Ron was going. Like people were like popping off. There's a top ten. He's pissed at the rural tour. He doesn't want to play. Everybody thought it was wrong. I guess Ron came out and said fake news, not true. But there's more people are going to go, right? At some point, there's going to be some mergers, so maybe he's playing his cards. Maybe that's the deal. Maybe you talk shit the whole time. They were like, God, we're going to have to really pay this dude to kind of like, you know, come over to the dark side or negotiate or whatever. Who knows? I have no idea what's going to happen, but as a golf fan, I want the best guys playing plane in like mcelroy, what he thinks about the writer cop. I mean, I don't need to be rude, but it's totally irrelevant because the writer cup is run by the PGA of America, not the PGA Tour. And it's run by writer cup Europe, right? They have no say on who's on the American team. So if a couple of the guys make it, who cares? And as an American fan, I want the Americans to win. I'm not a freaking traitor, I want us to have the best team possible. So why wouldn't I want that? So then banning American guys hurts the American team, then banning Euro guys does it really hurt the Euro team at all. That's true. It's a good point. The thing that I really don't understand with all of this is that so you've got Rory you got Rory McIlroy in these guys talking against the live, okay? And you got guys that went to live. And you got PGA Tour players that went to live. And by the way, there are a couple guys on the PGA Tour that are playing this week by our boy, Jimmy walker, who's a friend of the pot, Jimmy walker, a great guy. And he's playing this week at the Leonard fournette championship out there in Napa Valley. And he's only playing because he was 54th in career money. 5 four. And four guys ahead of him went to live on the career money list. So he moved to number 50 and got a one time exemption to use on the PGA Tour, right? Because you get an exemption for top 50 career money, you get an exemption. Is that into everything or how does that happen? That's a full year. That is a full year. So you get a one year full year. If your top 50 career money, you get a one year full year career, you get a one year exemption. So like David toms is used one river. He was talking about that on FTP. Yeah. But there's a top 25 in the top 50. So Jimmy went from 54 to 50, so he had a one time exemption for an entire year and he's using it. This week, we're using it this year. He's playing the entire year, which that's helped a bunch of guys. Which I think is cool. Even though the guys that ended up leaving, obviously, are kicked out and banned forever, but whatever. Well, until they merge, wish they will merge, they will merge. This is ridiculous to not think that the lip tour and the PGA Tour will figure something out. They will. Norman and monaghan will run on the beach together hold hands and bathing suits and the world will be fine and a year probably. But until then, we've got to figure it out. And yeah, the top 50 career money list. That's kind of an interesting deal with all these guys going to live. It's opening more places up on tour for career money. Yeah, I mean, I love Jimmy walker like, I know your boys with Sam and he was on our parties and FTP guy and every time I look at his Instagram, he's like, here's this new grill. Here's the steak, reverse Sierra, like garlic butter, like I don't give a fuck. I wouldn't even know he was a golfer. I thought he was like the guy that does the sprinkles the salt. Yeah, I thought he was like the white southern Texas guy version of the guy that does that. But all of a sudden, I see pictures of him in 7 irons. He's like, here's my 7 iron swing and I was like, who gives a fuck? I was like, well, now I know why, because he's top 50 and he's practicing now. He's in an internment. He thought he was going to play nothing. Jimmy would Jimmy would Jimmy would probably agree. And I was like, well shit, now we gotta look at 700 swings instead of how to cook a delicious steak, but I'm here for, I'm here for regardless. I can't handle 7 iron and I can't cook a great steak, so. Yeah, there we are. So how many events did you play when you're in your year on the PGA Tour? Probably 30. You can play over 30 in one year. Did I

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California faces weather threats from fires to floods

AP News Radio

01:20 min | 3 weeks ago

California faces weather threats from fires to floods

"Natural forces are beginning to collide in California threatening human communities and infrastructure I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Dangerous heat explosive wildfires and now the possibility of floods California is getting it all Firefighters have been struggling to control major blazes in Southern California and the Sierra Nevada They've forced extensive evacuations while the oppressive heat wave has made it tougher on those firefighters and also stressed the electrical grid As Californians crank their air conditioning The fires are also producing smoke that threatens to interfere with solar power production Another hit on the grid Now add to the mix tropical storm K off Mexico's Baja California Peninsula While that's taken an edge off SoCal temps at times the clouds add to the problem for solar generation and the state's grid operators have again called for energy conservation Forecasters warn the surge of moisture from K could produce heavy rain and flash floods along with strong winds Till Orange County contractor Sean Clifton is philosophical We seem to always just make it through We have very little tricks to keep cool His bottom line All in all we're pretty lucky here A couple Weeks or even a month of bad weather then we got the best weather in the world I think I'm Ben Thomas

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Body found in reservoir believed to be California teen

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Body found in reservoir believed to be California teen

"Authorities say a body found in a Northern California reservoir is believed to be that of a teen missing for weeks after attending a party at a Sierra Nevada campground I Norman hall Nevada county sheriff Shannon moon says a body believed to be that of 16 year old Kylie Rodney was inside a car and prosser Lake Boone says volunteer divers using sonar equipment located the car which came to rest upside down in 14 feet of water a law enforcement task force now needs to determine how and why divers with Oregon base adventures with purpose were able to find the body despite searches in the same area by the task force Rodney was last seen August 6th near the prosser family campground in truckee attending a party with hundreds of young people I Norman hall

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Ohtani, Ward HR, Angels rally past Twins 5-3 in 11 innings

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Ohtani, Ward HR, Angels rally past Twins 5-3 in 11 innings

"Taylor ward belted a two run walk off Homer in the 11th inning to complete the angels come back in a 5 three win over the twins Minnesota led three zero in the 8th when Shohei Ohtani Homer just above the glove of center Fielder Byron buxton Otani has 26 homers this season and four in his last 5 games The twins were one strike from a three one victory until Magnolia Sierra tied it with a two run triple Carlos Correa homered and lifted a sac fly for the twins who remained one and a half games behind the AL central leading guardians I'm Dave ferry

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State Attorneys General Need to Start Raiding Democrat Groups

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:59 min | Last month

State Attorneys General Need to Start Raiding Democrat Groups

"Also our state attorneys general need to start raiding Democrat groups where we believe there is crimes that exist. They need to feel as if there is pressure on pressure. I said this. And I say it for a couple of reasons. It's true, but also I'm not running for anything. We need to move the overton window of what is actually possible. So we have 27 state attorneys general, right? So let's just take a couple of these. We have BLM groups. We have the chemical castration groups. We have the groomers. We have, how about the ones in Arizona or Texas of nonprofit groups that are funneling people across the border illegally, right? Just go raid them. Get a warrant, do it legally. Here's what would happen. What would happen is if we rated the Sierra club for foreign intervention, which is what they do, they get money from Russia and all this stuff. It's been shown. If we rated BLM, all of a sudden they'd be blowing up senators phones being like, this was really dumb. You see, you never should have rated Trump's home. Good. Now you realize there's a price for this. Minute

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 Ship with Ukrainian corn anchored off Turkey for inspection

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Ship with Ukrainian corn anchored off Turkey for inspection

"The first cargo ship to leave Ukraine since the Russian invasion is anchored in the Black Sea awaiting an inspection Russian Ukrainian Turkish and UN officials will check if the grain shipment is in accordance with a crucial agreement signed last month by Moscow and Kyiv to unblock Ukraine's agricultural exports and ease the global food crisis The Sierra Leone flag rizzoni loaded up with 26,000 tons of corn set sail from Odessa on Monday Its final destination Lebanon

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First ship carrying Ukrainian grain since Russia invaded leaves Odesa

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

First ship carrying Ukrainian grain since Russia invaded leaves Odesa

"The first ship carrying Ukrainian grain has set off from the port of Odessa The departure of the Sierra Leone flagged cargo ship the rizzoni laden with corn is expected to finally allow large stores of Ukrainian crops to reach foreign markets and ease a growing hunger crisis Russia and Ukraine have signed separate agreements with turkey and the UN clearing the way for Ukraine one of the world's key bread baskets to

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What Is Envirostatism?

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 2 months ago

What Is Envirostatism?

"Nonetheless this chapter chapter 8 is called enviro statism The science broadly defined and you'll see why I'm discussing this in a moment Is a door to knowledge Although the statist and I will change that word now to Marxist His fond of accusing the conservative of slamming the door shut It's actually the marxists who abandoned science just as he abandons the laws of nature reason experience economics and modernity When he promotes what can best be characterized as enviro statism His pursuit after all is power not truth With the assistance of applied or sympathetic media the Marxist uses junk science misrepresentations and fear mongering to promote public health and environmental scares Because he realizes that in a true widespread health emergency The public expects the government to act aggressively to attract to address the crisis despite traditional limitations when governmental authority Since 13 years ago well before the coronavirus The more dire the threat the more liberty people are usually willing to surrender This scenario is tailor made for the Marxist The government's authority becomes part of the societal frame of reference only to be built upon during the next crisis So the pathology of the Marxist health scare works like this an event occurs cases of food contamination are discovered or instances of a new disease arise Arises increasingly the case government agencies such as the Food and Drug Administration the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the Environmental Protection Agency Or nonprofit organizations such as the center for science and the public interest or the Sierra club release a new study identifying a frightening new health risk

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 Ukrainian official warns of 'catastrophe' in captured city

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Ukrainian official warns of 'catastrophe' in captured city

"A Ukrainian official is warning of a catastrophe in a captured city A regional official is highlighting deteriorating living conditions in a city capture by Russian forces two weeks ago saying Sierra Donetsk is without water power or a working sewage system while the bodies of the dead decompose in hot apartment buildings Says the Russians are unleashing indiscriminate artillery barrages as they try to secure their gains in eastern Ukraine's Luhansk province muska this week claimed full control of Luhansk but the governor and other Ukrainian officials say their troops have retained a small part

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Russia claims capture of pivotal city in eastern Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Russia claims capture of pivotal city in eastern Ukraine

"Russia has announced that it has taken over full control of the last major Ukrainian held city in Ukraine's Luhansk province The victory for Russia brings it closer to establishing full control of all of Ukraine's Donbass region Ukrainian fighters spent weeks trying to defend Li shanks and to keep it from falling to Russia as neighboring Sierra Donetsk did a week ago pro Russia separatists have held portions of both the Luhansk and provinces that make up the Donbass region since 2014 and Moscow recognizes both provinces as sovereign republics I am Karen Chammas

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Michael Stenger, Senate Sergeant-at-Arms on January 6, Dead at 71

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:12 min | 3 months ago

Michael Stenger, Senate Sergeant-at-Arms on January 6, Dead at 71

"Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com.

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 Russians control 80% of contested city in eastern Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Russians control 80% of contested city in eastern Ukraine

"On how to evacuate citizens from the bombarded eastern Ukraine city of Sierra Donetsk Governor of the eastern Luhansk region has acknowledged a mass evacuation of civilians from zero Donetsk now is simply not possible due to the relentless Russian shelling and fighting Ukrainian forces have been pushed to the industrial outskirts of the city because of the scorch earth method and a heavy artillery the Russians are using he says tells

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Why Clothing Is a Statement of How Much You Care

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:14 min | 3 months ago

Why Clothing Is a Statement of How Much You Care

"Been reading to you from this article here. And it is par for the course, as I discovered, we'll discover it as I realized. I have been discovering this all of my life. As you may know, you can verify this by actually watching the radio show. You can't see it at the Sierra Sierra on its Orion. Salem podcast network. You can see me, broadcasting. And often my guests, but when I was not visible, which is that the great bulk of radio's history and the history of my show. I still wore a tie, and shirt every day to work. From the beginning of my broadcast career. See, clothing is a statement of I care to look good for others. The woman wearing the T-shirt and the jeans made an announcement. I don't care how I look for my colleagues. I don't wish to honor my work at the bank. Or at the whatever firm she was working with.

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The FDA Meets Next Week to Deliberate Vaccine Approval for Babies

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:23 min | 4 months ago

The FDA Meets Next Week to Deliberate Vaccine Approval for Babies

"Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com. There is this very weedy story that the media does not want you to talk about. It's very similar to the World Health Organization story. It's very murky, where the World Health Organization, story was not being covered at all. And we came in and Tucker came in and the great Michelle bachmann came in and we shine the light on it and we won that battle. There's something very similar happening right now with the FDA, the Food and Drug Administration. They don't want you to really be talking about this. They don't want you to be talking about the vaccine anymore. Do you notice how they just kind of turn the page, but it's very important. So here's the baseline. We're going to get the experts opinion and I know very, I know enough to be dangerous on this. So the FDA, the Food and Drug Administration is meeting next week. June 14th and 15th to analyze and deliberate whether vaccines specifically the COVID vaccine should

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 More bodies found in Mariupol as global food crisis looms

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

More bodies found in Mariupol as global food crisis looms

"As fighting rages in eastern Ukraine more bodies have been discovered in the devastated port city of mariupol as fears of the global food crisis mounts workers have been pulling out between 50 to a hundred bodies from each smash building in the war ravaged city Meanwhile heavy fighting continues in the eastern Donbass region as Russian forces fiercely battled for control over the town of Sierra Donetsk the city is the main focus in Russia's campaign to capture Ukraine's industrial heartland The consequences of the war are being felt far beyond eastern Ukraine because shipments of Ukrainian grain are bottled up inside the country

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Russian forces advancing in Ukraine's east

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Russian forces advancing in Ukraine's east

"Russian forces continue to fight for control of Sierra Donetsk and eastern Ukrainian city that's key to Moscow's goal of completing the capture of the industrial Donbass region In his nightly address president volodymyr zelensky said Ukrainian forces are holding their positions in the city amid fierce fighting in the streets as Russia tries to deploy more forces in the address he added but it is the 103rd day and the Ukrainian Donbass stands It stands firmly Zelensky added Moscow's forces intend to take the southeastern city of Zappa region home to more than 700,000 people a move that could severely weaken Ukraine's standing and allow the Russian military to advance closer to the center of the country I'm Charles De

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Ukraine says east under relentless attacks

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Ukraine says east under relentless attacks

"Ukraine's army says Russia has used mortise and artillery against civilian infrastructure in settlements of the Cheney heave and sumai regions of Ukraine During a daily briefing Ukraine's armed forces spokesman Alexander stupin says that Russian forces are conducting offensive operations in Slovenia and Lisa chunks and continue to storm the city of Sierra done X should be added in the next region the units of the aggressor are engaged in fire destruction of the positions of our troops along the entire front line Meanwhile Ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky traveled to embattle regions in the southeast which are partly under Russian control offering support to battle hardened soldiers I'm Charles De

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Some Ukrainians Stay Behind in Eastern Donbas Region

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Some Ukrainians Stay Behind in Eastern Donbas Region

"The Ukrainian military says that Russia's preparing attacks on several areas in eastern Ukraine while western nations are upping arms transfers to Kyiv Not necessarily The Ukrainian armed forces general staff's Alexander schutten says the Russian enemies trying to establish the full control over the city of Sierra Donetsk and encircle the units of the defense forces operating in this direction Meanwhile western nations are promising more and more advanced arms to Ukraine in an effort to tip the balance in Kyiv's favor as it fends off the grinding Russian advance Germany will supply modern

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"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

Make Sierra Leone Famous

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

"Former head of the monuments and relics commission. I aissatou to smith is our guest today. mrs smith. Welcome to the mix early on famous. Podcast how're you doing today. I'm going to thank you. For having me bruce here first of all. Tell me how you became involved in the preservation of sierra leone's heritage. How did you get into this work. Okay thank you okay. So how did i get into this world. I actually got into this work in the early. Nineteen ninety s and after. I graduated from college. In bachelor's degree follows in geography. I was restarted teaching assistants. As we call for like two years and i was appointed where needed to make a move. I was supposed to before postgraduate studies. What i didn't work out then. I had an announcement on the radio time that the rookie union was funding some youth group. Who were interested in. Fostering ties between the people of sierra leone and the people of south georgia and this was underpinned by research that joseph paula and american anthropologist who was raised it in sierra dot. Fine these was on the recession. That's here's dawn. That's discovered the link between both signed and the people of south carolina judge so he had given a series of public lectures and a group of youth from willing seen instead of freetown heard about him and they are him and saying they were interested in working with him to see how the foster ties between sierra leone. Like each people in south carolina and georgia so the catalog story shots and projects propose. I was put together and the espn that time agree to funding through the national office. But the bulk of these youths. We are on indicated to mr pilot decided that was needed for graduates who could in a particular this history better and go on throw of educational institutions around the country sharing the history of ceylon. The sale use wjr in detroit. Atlantic's live free and our unique connecting people saw. Md you follow the workshop and this council wearing graduates where an ax to apply to be part of this workshop and the deal laws. That's at the end of the workshop. It test was going to be given. And the candidates with the highest mac will be hired as education officer of this new project. We're putting so. That's how i got involved. I attended the workshop by gustav. And god i called the is mark and i was hired as education of south when outfits called the girl kinship. A situation at that time. So that's how. I started working with heritage matters. What did we do bala. And this was in one thousand nine hundred ninety three okay. I know a lot of people may never have heard of justice l. pileup but he's an anthropologist. He came to sierra leone. As a peace corps volunteer in the seventies and that kick started his fascination with bunsen island's history. his anthropological research has created and deepen connections between sierra leone and the gullick ichi people in north and south carolina and georgia. We're going to put links to his work in the podcast notes. Okay so tell me a little bit more about bunsen island. What are some of the things that people don't know that make it a very fascinating heritage sites for sierra leone. They so much talk about bonsai even know where to begin. But it's a fascinating place like you rightly said and it's Just seventy miles up river from freetown and they say estuary you know you go past the grim point and is adjacent to propel which is a mining town and it is sad to look that even though both john is a huge international name recognition magento saying unions did not know that such a place existed right under our noses when i got involved in ninety-three i'd never heard of a silent preston visible also was when we all went spot of the training workshop. That was my face off once island of birds. Well it is. A unique island is very tiny. The just sixteen hundred feets long until now fifty feet wide and it's is a dilemma of modification in history. And when you get there you wonder. Why was this folks bids displaced why not on task so ireland wales on other islands. And you win you start delve into the of salen you come to know that. Because of defense and trade properties the trigger decided to keep the fortum balls island lantau island. We're actually i was built but tasso has gipp water all around and it was indefensible. You attack it from all around. So the photos moved to bonds. Which is i didn't of navigation. Ocean-going investment can only go as fast bonds and they cannot go beyond bonds or you will run. I show because the shallow waters in also did this day located there on silent at abaco boss island at the mouth of the two major rivers local creek. And you're okay areva. That's empty into the estuary. So boss was strategically located. I know it was a fresh pot of core for traders coming from the interior down these two middle river we so detroit ceylon in addition to being able to defend the island. When the attacked do i have to could not effectively. Defend the island located at limit of navigation. The were able to escape from the upriver. Beach and fleet to a friendly african village with the attack has to leave and come back and rebuild the island by these that defensive outlets that do not have tasso island so in addition to defense advantage. They've also get. I look at goods coming down from imperial because they were the first part of coal. So barnes is a very unique place. Because when you go there you i can back into. Time is only islands initials fresh national monuments. It is very quiet most of the time except when are on sites or when you have on site and it is completely abandoned and it saudis or abusive coastal. Look about it in rims. And you're ticking back into time and you're transported into when clitoris was going on there. If you have a very skillful saw guide you through the site you will be able to recreate the experience of what light lose lights way street was going on and i said it is in ruins what we are stabilized the winds through a project that we recently implemented. And i'm sure we'll talk about that down the road as we carry on this conversation. But it's where he's to slips docks reasonable who was the first chairman of the monuments unwillingness commission who we discovered i ninety nine hundred and fourteen abandoned four hundred years that is. What's he said he said. Boss place where history sleeps and you get that effect feeling when you get there in no because nothing else much as until did division projects it will just completely are banned muslim. Abby don rings in the with the vision project now when you see not some work has been done what. We're very careful not to take away. That's sense of being in a win in. It's not like we did not disney eight days no new technological advances or whatever what we merely stabilize the winds so it is a very special place to visit. It is a site of which sites in lots of africans perished alert sites where africans are subjected to inhuman treatment and it was a point. So shipments for thousands of africans where she to the americans to be enslaved in the american colonies of south carolina and georgia and the little flawed. So for me. How walked with love for so long. I never get tired of going there and just talk on on on on on.

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"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

Make Sierra Leone Famous

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

"Kind of miss. I would organize things on independence. Day open is conferences at places like chen house. When discuss things that were led to the development of the country and all of a sudden to close friends and relatives. I will say to them. Look i don't think is of what you might think. I don't think i can go and lift them. I don't know killing somebody after a week. Just out of frustration anger but you know the the win thing was when i was at the bbc. In spite of what about syria. I was actually having a fight with my bbc weddings. Many of them who worked in the Even the africa section were white and unfortunately Then probably still now. They've only fighting it but they had a culture of what they showed about. Africa was the negatives on so for the british public that ended up being perception of what africa was about. And i didn't want to buy into that opie of that. And so i would regularly have fights and arguments about twenty different story spite of how i felt about it because i knew there was another size. Sure it was so yeah that is such as because of the one hand and i think struggle with this because on the one hand you know the arts yes. Things are bad rate. You know that things are bad eight but on the other but also yes. Things are bad in many many ways on so many levels and yes. I'm even like right now. I don't even want to go to that place but at the realization that if that is the only narrative week towel then detail. Nice like when you only tell us then we become caricaturist. Were no longer human because we know that in the middle of a civil war civil strife in the worst kind of late. There's still joy still compassionate. they're still beauty is still all of. You can find art. That makes us all human right. So i think that's always the bureau like yeah. You know like when you're in it's like almost like this field seemed what's you know ali. We angry with anything awful. And you don't see close not advocates. Fiance exco khobar. Like not wanting to air near your during busy. Yes yes that's right. We tell other silent bulls but international toby's Not sell their exactly. That was is like amongst ourselves. We could talk really really kind of explicitly about how bad things were what we didn't the world in that because he knew that already the world was quite content with just spending the negative anyway and so people would say to me. Well you know. If it's so bad why did you going on holiday by childhood memories of my relatives of that you know these close aunties and uncles the people who every time i gotta finding all over the world who built off Brought up and so you know felt very close to them. Hi this is vicky mo from the make. Sierra leone famous podcast. I just wanted to say we really really appreciate all your comments. All your feedbacks. The emails the dm's every other way that you get back in touch with us if you really love this show and you want us to keep making content to make sure leeann famous. Don't forget to leave us a review. Thank you and now mic. We go back to make sierra leone. Famous right now is just gonna ask about now. You're just being mr sierra leone. Mr organized conference mr community like being a municipal building about being community builder while you're in the diaspora during a time. When home need no longer be the you remember or the holy wants to return to how do you. How did you you build community. Like one of the things did. Because i feel like right. Now you've been within the current climate that they're probably even more surliness today than there. Ever was a lot of healing. Big nonce go home but they still want to kind of seized community and also just get to a place where dot engagements can also reach back to sierra leone and make a positive impact. And that's kind of what i know of you so i just want to understand. How did you go about continuing even though your heart was broken and you were about find community building. What kind of activities did you do. And what made it possible. How do you love your your country your home country for some people. Maybe they were born there for something. They'd be naturalized. How did you work with the resources that were available there to continue to build community for sierra leone. I mean funny off. It was easy in a way because of us you know. Every school in syria amazon alumni association. Some way the world every village has a village descendants association somewhere. I would link up with those and so when you know. Anniversaries like the founding of free child or independence day. Something we would organize it. Locking always seemed to how interesting high commissioners who would invite to allow us to use the high commission as a venue for these events because it saves them having to planet themselves. There was one particularly bizarre incidents which was when the johnny paul koroma coup happened. That was not. I was with nine. Ninety seven may twenty fifth of may ninety seven at the bbc at the time. And i had gone to high commission with the world's press and all the west african high commissioners who've had gone there to support desert on high commission on i won't in and around my recorder and the high commissioner who was there refused to speak control and he called me out. He was my father's friend and he said he. Can you come on address. The media ended up giving it was locked in a sense to be.

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"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

Make Sierra Leone Famous

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

"That was lady felicia with salone felicia grants to ray aka lady. Felicia has been making music for seventeen years and now mic. We go back to make. Sarah leeann famous so he returned to the uk and do not return. Yeah i think That kind of made up my mind. That i would not combat other than the fact that i had family that visits regularly but i no longer started considering it at somewhere which is kind of strange because in the uk amongst the community. They sold me kind of miss. I would organize things on independence. Day open is conferences at places like chen house. When discuss things that were led to the development of the country and all of a sudden to close friends and relatives. I will say to them. Look i don't think is of what you might think. I don't think i can go and lift them. I don't know killing somebody after a week. Just out of frustration anger but you know the the win thing was when i was at the bbc. In spite of what about syria. I was actually having a fight with my bbc weddings. Many of them who worked in the Even the africa section were white and unfortunately Then probably still now. They've only fighting it but they had a culture of what they showed about. Africa was the negatives on so for the british public that ended up being perception of what africa was about. And i didn't want to buy into that opie of that. And so i would regularly have fights and arguments about twenty different story spite of how i felt about it because i knew there was another size. Sure it was so yeah that is such as because of the one hand and i think struggle with this because on the one hand you know the arts yes. Things are bad rate. You know that things are bad eight but on the other but also yes. Things are bad in many many ways on so many levels and yes. I'm even like right now. I don't even want to go to that place but at the realization that if that is the only narrative week towel then detail. Nice like when you only tell us then we become caricaturist. Were no longer human because we know that in the middle of a civil war civil strife in the worst kind of late. There's still joy still compassionate. they're still beauty is still all of. You can find art. That makes us all human right. So i think that's always the bureau like yeah. You know like when you're in it's like almost like this field seemed what's you know ali. We angry with anything awful. And you don't see close not advocates. Fiance exco khobar. Like not wanting to air near your during busy. Yes yes that's right. We tell other silent bulls but international toby's Not sell their exactly. That was is like amongst ourselves. We could talk really really kind of explicitly about how bad things were what we didn't the world in that because he knew that already the world was quite content with just spending the negative anyway and so people would say to me. Well you know. If it's so bad why did you going on holiday by childhood memories of my relatives of that you know these close aunties and uncles the people who every time i gotta finding all over the world who built off Brought up and so you know felt very close to them. Hi this is vicky mo from the make. Sierra leone famous podcast. I just wanted to say we really really appreciate all your comments. All your feedbacks. The emails the dm's every other way that you get back in touch with us if you really love this show and you want us to keep making content to make sure leeann famous. Don't forget to leave us a review. Thank you and now mic. We go back to make sierra leone. Famous right now is just gonna ask about now. You're just being mr sierra leone. Mr organized conference mr community like being a municipal building about being community builder while you're in the diaspora during a time. When home need no longer be the you remember or the holy wants to return to how do you. How did you you build community. Like one of the things did. Because i feel like right. Now you've been within the current climate that they're probably even more surliness today than there. Ever was a lot of healing. Big nonce go home but they still want to kind of seized community and also just get to a place where dot engagements can also reach back to sierra leone and make a positive impact. And that's kind of what i know of you so i just want to understand. How did you go about continuing even though your heart was broken and you were about.

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03:46 min | 1 year ago

"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

"Studio albums. Including sweet africa and now mic we go back to make sierra leone famous nitel. I think the other thing that helps this is understanding. First of all identity as this like very multi-layered thing that is any when you talk of freetown in itsel- that the idea of free time in your mind is actually very nuance right. That free time is not really a tangible place with borders and demarcations rates. Only we did talk about the the time of the black boys. Not the free time that you and i know in terms of its composition. And and what that is or that you know. I interviewed the glorious. Glorious cassandra garber on this podcast. She was my first interviewee and when she was talking about sierra leone. And you know where the black from the black settlers got you know. Sierra leone used to only that place it wasn't the entire protect your rates protectorate. Then it was just this space for the slaves so when they refer to sierra leone and that being a place only for knows they mean that specific piece of land which is not the base as we all now know is free tom right. Like it's such a the name ditch. The name betty seem but he space done change rom. I think that having that understanding really helps everybody with the fluidity of identity just to end the fluidity of you when you see your sierra union. The that that is a diverse team. What makes us union is geographic boundary. But what makes us feel leonian inexperienced cold for and and life is. It's many different things. It's so many different things always say you know let me ask you forget city neutral all mine forcible burning leave my fleets on all mine even like one inside like you forget that your lived. Experience is not the norm right so he won. Begin to talk about saloon dot selami diesel and somebody has to like privilege to say well. Actually sierra leone is this because my lived experience that and you're just like all night. I think i think i think it's the absence of of the the valley replace on this story with the fact that we don't necessarily confronts the things that we support from historically we ain't uncles people passive aggressive. I like to be very easily. Because we are a passive aggressive people if accurate. I cannot say i miss you. I will say oh. Document united culpo scenic game. So how was. I really want to express is an emotion that i miss you. I cannot say that as a sierra leone in person to direct so. I i but can i think i think it's something that can even if it doesn't mean that we need to change your. I think it's something that we've been because we have to face each other. I mean we're not going to get ahead without. And i think it's it's something that we have to to to to address but i don't think we've had that opportunity to do that as.

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02:11 min | 1 year ago

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07:55 min | 1 year ago

"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

"Now i always say especially were educated charts thing you can do is reading summarized version of Report i'm not going to condemn everybody to read the full of global read the marin needs. I own the where we went wrong. And why don't you have a clear vision of country. Wade have been. I think you can help define where you as an individual can get involved fix this country and is often in that report from churches mosques to private institutions of government so danzig Even judges had a hand in the conflict that we experienced in this country. And as digging in your church the recommendations in that document for you to take certain actions to make sure that we have becca sierra leone and once you have completed that summarized report and you have a better understanding of really the arrows that happened in this country that led to the civil war. You'll have a clear sight of what's happening in. The country now realized that we standing on the gagging analyzed together that we won't have a stable society and then of goals you can while the work that we add with the center for memory and reparations and to listen to some of the starring in what we're doing and getting involved it is constable for us. I mean do we really need the government like okay. I'll tell you first of all you know. Can we not have the day that you have proposed. What can we do as citizens. Let's say next year. Rigetti wants be wants to hold this place for this date. What can we do what mass action can do. Can we plan as citizens. That doesn't i mean if we started to mean pig on chris left was a pig on. It was the celebrating. If another question that is our can we as citizen not hold this space school this day. Rivera's and lead the government where it needs to go. Must we wait. So that's exactly what we're doing. You'd be lockstep. We celebrate a national reconciliation bay. And what we want to do is make as many unions as possible to get involved ami we don't have to wait for in fact this one. I'm going to stats edition online. That we alzira unions can sign just to make sure the government understands that. This is something that we need but for the coming year. We also have a plan to celebrate national reconciliation day citizens involvement with fat at what we call sixty minutes for sierra leone so on national reconciliation bay we are going to ask each sierra union to sixty minutes of the day to do some commitment for the country communities. It's a convenient Last year we had a host of lists like be nicer. Natch read to children stopping. You can do because people being ammos donate at have money. No you can read. That small services are just sit in. Its macking national reconciliation because what we really wants achieve with it. They like that. It's not just to sit home. And what we went through to realize that change in this country rests with us individuals. We are the ones who vote peace. We deserve the lead as we have because we vote them l. issue today where the president is only going to be interviewed on. The whole of mckinney is now in of these acids but we will crack up oh corruption in the country but we will allow into investigative. You blame for that big. You make sierra leone famous. The podcast is mixed and mastered by producer. Frank vin bob mcewen with support from the creative and talented team over at the rmc marketing company in freetown and mic. We go back to make sierra leone famous. Do i do think that. I do think that i mean and again to tie back into this conversation of every and the past i do believe that into it is our coach. Accountability is not our culture. And you said something earlier about this about house still heat confrontation and we hit. I don't i don't know. I don't know what is about our our culture or history tradition and customs but as a people. We do not want accountability. We think that accountability is bad. We feel that if someone has done something wrong if they say they're sorry you are. You're obligated to forgive that. There are certain also we also believe that there are certain people especially people who have power people who have wealth. that's big deserve like even dog. Their wealth of power might be through us right as in you as a citizen. You vote for somebody like somebody cetera et cetera. Somebody's your leader that you've chosen that once. They get their bare. Almost we think of them as better than us that the rules should be different for them. Which is why even when we see them while they're in office doing things that show off that this person is a roberts right that we allow it. We don't try. We don't raise our voices because we almost think that these are the sweets of office like if this person is a reader. They deserve to have ten houses. They deserve to have thirty houses. We know that their salary does not pay for all of this. But somehow there's something within us that says as long as these people are the talk we need to uphold this charade of their of their leadership of their wealth. Whatever so i think i really think the issue of corruption is that sierra leoneans culturally our nc accountability our culture our agree with that to a certain as bench. That is true. But i like to say we just selfish people because it is abilene. That is not capacity. We because we will of course Inadequacy redeeming members And that is a form of accountability for eight nails than e. You will up but i feel like no even lots you. You don't even when people steal right. There's there's one person i will never forget. Because he said something that just fundamentally changed how i. Think of sierra leoneans was Indo try foreign minister of tourism who passed away while he was serving The last government everybody knows Try there was one on independence state events at the national stadium where he introduced the concept of immoral begging. How in.

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01:37 min | 1 year ago

"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

"With the musical. Sounds of sierra leone..

"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

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06:00 min | 1 year ago

"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

"So swollen like by the time they arrived. The basically like couldn't could not stand. And that's what. I remember like those early days but definitely not like we Had any problems or that. This war was us at all like it was something that people brought in the minds of people like you were the ones who had brought it. Do you find in your in your work as you come across people. There is a lot of like lame and finger-pointing around the war in general about causes yes In fact that's one of the reasons. I'm doing what i'm doing now. It when you read the testimonies that. Drc collected from idaho districts and tear seeming the truth and reconciliation commission. Correct exactly what you see. Because in fact when footage ankle initially William he had very little sierra leoneans with him he had a forces from the national picciotto frontal flat big and so what you described was actually deliberate by the forces involved. Jazz steeler was lead of the national patriotic front of liberia had promised he would make sure that sierra leone tests the missiles wall because when sierra leone was embedded most people who hurt him to be seated assume well then now he's feeling what he had promised then secondly our that was in down. Joseph wanted sierra leoneans to believe that this was be criminal activity from liberian. He is subtle. Look at it as something he could. Easily and people shouldn't have to worry and also there. There was developed legend around the liberian civil war. They were killing people. Even your hearts and slaughtering human beings. There was that they were cannibals. I remember that vannes lauding of the torture in a Samuel doe ganz that we also as kids. Yeah i remember that vividly blue on when we came back from liberia. All that surrounded people's reaction to our presence. And when you describe. The ben had giant who came back from nigeria. That could have been me. Because i walked back from liberia father's. Hi because they randall. Transportation's at the time rebels have commandeered all forms of transportation in my area. The minute you know you talk about that video about samuel kato. Which as it's being sold on the street as you talk about that and like this association it's been like foreigners liberian cannibalism. I'm like my mind specifically goes to the forest where i interviewed someone who said that you know when the money's invaded sierra leone had these groups of warriors were called. Somebody's and how people were afraid of them because they thought that they were cannibals and immediately. I'm just like this is a place that four hundred years ago. Believe that like you know. They're warriors were cannibals. And you fast forward to early nineties. And they're watching videos of people being mutilated and you know it's so easy to seattle but connections do not amina just like it just feels so real. You know what i mean. I think some abbass also based on what you mentioned earlier. Coke sierra leeann that perry played of confrontation eventually confronting things that might cost and pain so he stood up. Put them with language that can cope with the situation. And and i think that's what has surrounded the facts about the civil war you know there's one story when he acts every. Sierra leoneans survived a civil war rebel combatant lucy and commended and this woman available. And the betsy. The other ones what became got beyond that. I heard that. I've heard that many people witness that bugged has become part of story that yeah Combatant tells this story and these are some of the things that we are trying to straighten out to present the facts so that we don't let our country descend into a situation in which this experience of civil itself becomes individual experiences. One of the mid surrounding. The civil war is the invasion of balmoral. For instance when. I tell people that i envision of meru was not led by through the central. There's a problem. Because they've all grown to believe that that invasion of mass deter nineteen native wine was uncles. Divisional sierra leone. But that was not the situation at invasion attack and between sierra leone army and the soldiers right an official on the liberian side who sent vehicle to be sold in sierra leone that biko and major emmanuel body of sierra sees the vehicle and refuse to pay and the commander mpm mukundan we even called on local cheeks to intervene and wendy failed to succeed. Solve the problem. He had to evade to retrieve his vehicle. That was the first attack after that attack was when To for the that. This is judy now. We know this country is weak and that is why they couldn't wait for this to even recruit enough sierra leoneans they had to borrow -ympia fell forces immediately. It's sierra leone. But people cannot distinguish that fact. And when everybody you compared defenses because we have a march you're talking donates but make we take small music break.

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08:24 min | 1 year ago

"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

"One of them surrounding civil war is the trust invasion of bomber for instance. Whenever i tell people that division of meru was not led by the sanco. There's a problem because they've all run to believe that that invasion of mass or deter mentioned Sierra leone but that was not the situation at invasion attack and between sierra leone army and an official on the liberian side who sent a vehicle to be sold in sierra leone that biko and major emmanuel body of sierra leone sees the vehicle and refuse to pay and the commander emmy recommend that and we even called on local cheeks to intervene and when they failed to succeed solve a problem. He had to evade to retrieve his vehicle. That was the first attack today. Talking to joke steph. Ben kaifala for more than a decade has been trying to document and record sierra leone's war stories stories of survival and most recently he was able to get a grant that's allowed him to start. Were traveling across the country documenting sites and locations that mark really important events and stories about the ten year civil war. Now if you don't know about sierra leone civil war it lasted for about ten years But the years before the years after Probably for a lot of people still living with that immediate post war trauma issues instability family fractions separations etc etc. So joe said thank you so much for coming on the show. Are you doing today. The right to be here with you. Thank you so just have one of the things that i always wonder what happened to you. Was there something in your own. Personal life Something that you experienced during the war that made you feel feel or believe that it was really really important that we never forget. Yes as much absorbed. I grew up in the sierra leone. Our liberian civil war aso my own experiences. Sort of support a work that i do and secondly i am a historian and as a historian. I believe that history shoot guide the better and of course in this country. We believe that. If you know news it will at least knows matz. And gra. i believe that as the historian primarily. It's my duty to have sierra leoneans with facts because there are lots of myth surrounding the sierra leone civil everybody thinks they know what went wrong but must be boo at basically spreading false information based. So i'm going to stop there. You historian already during the war. I was like super wall stats where i was Sent to prison as a child because this year the onion goes on during that time echo decided to intervene. Liberia against chastity. Low in jazz de la decided to arrest casserole or equa citizens living in liberia at the time. So i was arrested and incarcerated with. My father was during my time in prison that are you was preparing to bid sierra deal in fact my father was very much involved in trying to send a reconnaissance inflammations the president at the time to stay that preparations in the country. We wait eventually released. My father ni- return to sierra leone. And just a few weeks later humble. My role was indicted by the cycle. How old the. I was about nine years love time. So at the age of nine put in jail during the liberian civil war i was put in jail for. I don't know exactly how long we re definitely close to a year because Sierra leone was Echo force that invaded like okay I i yeah my brain. Just shut down. Because i'm thinking about a nine year old child in prison and what that must do choose. Someone's child bird and yard surreal. You don't really. It's not something that we expect to happen in the life of each child So basically from very early on your life so touched by civil conflict and civil rights and political instability What happened after you end. Your father came to sierra leone right so for facts. I think i found my being actually lucky because if you compare my life as a giant prison choose the children who recruited to fight as combatants. I often say the things. I was lucky. Do you think you tally yourself as a coping mechanism i mean because i also witnessed the amount of suffering that them children who were engaged war as combatants went through I'm grateful that i did not have to to to kind kindel suffering because you become victim victimized and that is a very complicated situation to be in as as a child as young as six seven year old and then he left liberia. We came back to sierra Knew that Sierra leone would be. I often say that We we we're leaving hell to go back to the hell but the us though way around out when we go to sierra leone of god's At the time who believe that at my father that was that are you and we. We have the ones who brought the wall. Okay so you're back in sierra leone and basically the war follows your footprints right and you're back at home. You sound liberia right. And there's always like increased suspicion because remember very very early on my earliest memory of war. Truly like many. Think back as an adult. Would i remember was that nineteen nineteen not one period. It almost like we in freetown at least as a child in nineteen ninety one How old was i. I was born in. I think i was like maybe six about seven. And what. I what. I remembered mostly was. I don't wanna say was anti liberian sentiments. But there was definitely dislike whatever's happening now like when you would hear about. Oh there's a war first of all the war was as very distant thing. If you're in freetown of what it was happening in the country rate like was very like as a child. That's what i remember. The jesse was a very something that was very very far away distant distance and it was liberian. That had caused this problem and that it was because we had allowed them to come and seek refuge in sierra leone. That's why we're having this problem. That like if you asked me what i remember my earliest memories. That's what i remember. I remember my mom had hid in a woman who had walk basically they had walked from liberia to free town. They had the miniature foreign affairs at the time the he had a child and both their.

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05:46 min | 2 years ago

"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

"And now my father was a kind of he'd grown up Muslim name like the Army but he was although he could review the Quran. He was not practicing, you know, sometimes you have a conversation with a parent and it stays with you. I mean, I had never seen my father upset almost to the point of Tears until one day he came home and it was because he'd had an argument with other cabinet members because when they were in opposition on, guy had taken over from Milton and as we said, you know the kind of politics and the move and told of politics change there were always arresting people on on any nonsensical pretext they'd have to bail them out they have to go and then the case would be thrown out but it was depleting their funds and that was the Of course, so she had the bright idea say no. Now that we have power. And my father was a lawyer and he found this anathema. He said well, I don't know. This is what we campaigned against. I mean, can you believe that in the 1967 campaign? One of the songs that we were all singing was one party. We know one, you know, and because I had already made it claimed that I wanna get off and he would be system. Yeah, and he's so big he gave us legitimacy, right? Because it was a key concept. He said oh, so we stopped off and people can actually find the documents at the National Archives into in England. You can actually find documents that were filed to introduce it which which them to fail because they did not a large enough majority, you know before that election, but you know, so you you had this sense, you know, it's sort of going into the sort of seventies that birth Things were about to change as I said, you know, my father came home very upset that it had this argument over although just arrested and locked out for and we you know how long they haven't done anything, you know saying when I put him into you know, so he was very vindictive, you know that he wanted to really kind of, you know, get back at them in any way he could and so that was kind of seventies and so my father died in 1972 September 1972 and and I've said this, you know much as I loved him..

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04:58 min | 2 years ago

"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

"How red Freetown was every possible Avenue outside of Freetown people who have not over Lori's to block so that they would not take a Cat Stevens and the APC these new cabinet somewhere and kill them and get out of free time. The Soldiers Home stage the coup for themselves now trapped in Freedom. They could not get out of wow, even if they oh my God, that's crazy. And what was remarkable about it was completely spontaneous cuz think about it. This is the day before mobile phone. So who told me going to do this, he just happened, you know, and people went around telling people, you know, duties do that big burnt cars and use them as well. Okay, you know And of course you can actually those people were were themselves, you know overthrown and eventually, you know soldiers sent for Andrew Jackson Choy Smith II was actually on on a training course in England to come and Lead. Well, I think it was the Armed Forces or more physical job, but there was like that transition like kind of transition. Yeah. Yeah, and you know, dr. Smith came in with his own idea and so on but but really the coup. It had an and I've always said this when I was spoken to people. I've said that the person who it impacted the most was probably Chaka Stevens because he swore that we would never let that happen to him again, you know as yours as speaking with regards to like how the redness of the city right. I was just thinking I'm like, so this is how it happened because as his people come out to continuously defend you right and put themselves on the line against the Army for you when you come to power off or you can do whatever the hell you want. You can do anything you can do anything and then it's like you start to understand the excesses and the dead overly everything nest of you know, Siri another shock of Stevens, right? Cuz that's how you start. It's like Yeah, no, it's absolutely power up to the power. And and you know, what was interesting is that this is the thing that my father used to tell us and I can say this and Thursday available when which is remarkable when you consider that when he was a lawyer he had one of the most successful legal practices in the country and when he became a government Minister, I didn't steal. So what was remarkable was that he wanted to teach us certain lessons. And so even at the age of twelve we actually went out on the Electoral campaign within you know within the past several think and and our parents would always Include us in conversations with used to shock other adults when they would come, you know, and they wanted to talk politics and my dad used to make my mother they used to make us feel proud. They would say to these people when I know where to begin to that the intelligence and we talked to the you said he's like, oh Sela, you know, and so that made us proud because we were informed from the youngest age that I am a member..

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04:38 min | 2 years ago

"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

"And so he stood in Newton which is a fishing Village and and actually defeated the minister who was assisting m p r g o King and and so the reason I will never forget the call is because like everybody else. I mean, I'm sure you know that Slpp has never won free time. Yeah, and so free time was always a PC and and so on the day we all went out with who Donald get red. Daddy. The manage Fender is somehow when I say paint the town red. This was like metaphorically and and figuratively and actually everywhere. All you could see was a sea of red two people wearing red. And so we went to the State House on the day assuming that Chaka Stevens and his Minister and his new cabinet would be sworn in by Sir Henry Lightfoot Boston the governor general As the new uh new government because it would also have been the first time in sub-Saharan Africa that an opposition party had unseated a ninja government has never happened anywhere in in the kind of post-colonial era at that time. And so it was another first for Sierra Leone and you know, that's how it was reported around them. Well, we got there, you know the suite from state house right down to cottontree they talk not done yet. But make we take small music break with the musical sounds of Sierra Leone. Thursday and Thursday and we watch it off. Off off off off off. off off that's was Kabab Brothers with dewald or less now. We on the brothers camera and M foji released over six albums before they each went solo America by had a successful record career before passing away in two thousand and three and now make me go back to make sure I am famous Avenue. Actually, they change the name later and we found out there and of course my my those are our next door neighbor four or five dollars a way across does Bailey. He was my very good friend and we were the same age..

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03:02 min | 2 years ago

"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

"Will be the biggest supposedly. Everyday do steals. Well. It was coming in. Science yes. No you know nine times. Yeah makes sense there's another one on the. S. Eighteen twenty nine wow. Because now. NO NO WAY They need rest the mortal remains, of Rev. Ran. William Rowland Peck Wesleyan, missionary this now it's and Wesleyan native of England who died in joyful hope of eternal life affectionately beloved and deeply regretted by distant parents and friends. ooh July third eighteen, twenty, nine, aged twenty, three years. Old. Monday we didn't to be able to because I mean we're all to regain his seat and for say where the at least the main comfort on behalf of for them because as we talked to this offer we but. Without all the modernisation that will get come all all-spanish guy safe you kindly seizing back. Please like it's a lot. Like malaria and then then me all waving by easy for people in kitchen disease on the to some say you don't catch on. You Pass on. These. Gentlemen die. You. Just seven years. Of Thirty didn't yeah. Yeah. Yeah Yeah. Interesting. That in. The. Church. The only church we get anybody pundit abusing. Maybe. On, a regular on a regular Sunday I'm guessing not all two hundred people show up how many people do it ranges I'm guessing for holidays, etc etc.. On a regular Sunday when you're and church harmony person as you have. Them. Okay. That's good. That's good. Oh be. Fairly Consistent shooting as well. Okay. So people send their children to church even if they can't come to church because they want them to have the word, it makes sense. It makes sense. Also Sierra Leone is a very young country sixty five percent of our population is under the age of thirty five. So it makes sense when you come to church, it's mostly young people because now we both cool. Well thank you so much for talking to us. It's been quite an educate. Well, nine dollars. So footsie today on addition of make Sierra Leone famous. We've me your host Viki Remo. Don't forget to subscribe to this podcast wherever you listen Totta..

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04:10 min | 2 years ago

"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

"It's like you didn't let. The structured sightsee for go begin like civilization all about eve. So that makes sense. Yeah. Melissa. Kills too busy. Missile walk-ins. So, you'll see the structure as it sees. Really. If you touch the wall with actually actually strong. Case today okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Which means it's really solid then bill for last. Last name make to a large extent these men chuckling. Because over the years also want extension. We just Illinois quite attached to this right because this is the monuments. If you just take a look. At. You see until we see. Somebody. Dominantly dominant. From development with union come. Okay. Account Care Care Care. That's fantastic. Pews there as well. Some of these overtime but. The original. But then Piedad Eurasian one day we'd be mixed us to go along yeah you need to be able Move, you don't mind me. That's Independent. Take from the sheep. If you look at a coup peters. You know. said. Would we come up with? Okay let's walk over. Each. He's still in day. We actually killed skills. Okay now, as a monumental importance for as much as possible for retain the originally monumental when I'm denies all see now like somebody goes down on this this this process. So we'RE GONNA go butts in terms of like history we'd its. And of his stuck show in an architectural design, all building importance for he's out of the he see because that's how the story. Exactly. Information, however, windows us down. Of, course came in, with Abby. it was all wooden. Okay. Okay. Okay. Over. Of because we've got a little things. Do we in small modernisations in quite a while of course, of course, of course. Small modernisation from within the regional regional structure be. It's a large extent most of. Having to keep you to. Talk about donates but make takes mom music break with the musical sounds of Sierra Leone..

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"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

Make Sierra Leone Famous

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

"You have to Cordani forest. Forest on dot com to pollute of course of course when you are cooking. Even when we do you know like we have this cleaning. Every Saturday one of the terrible things that when people finish cleaning the Gaza, there Dorothy Bernard, which then causes more pollution, and you emit more carbon, and it's not. It's not good for. Even these particular projects here the red cobbling project. It's happening in Indonesia okay. I mean we'll already today the doing in Indonesia. Only which give to the particular. Product Indonesia. The Indonesian government has made it as. You would pay something like ecosystem. Right and your initial on that one is what happened in San. Okay you those that are using us be ecosystem salvage. Because the ups we should. We should, because then that those funds can go back in to. Use Right, to increase the capacity to make it easier for the people who do the work so I think that that's really I mean it's really important. Make Sierra Leone famous. The podcast is mixed and mastered by producer. Frank Vin Bob McEwen with support from the creative and talented seem over at the C. Marketing Company in Freetown and now Mick. We go back to make Sarah. Leone famous. This is seventy one thousand on. Seventy Okay forest. Okay, they want into. Green, okay, we'll, assault. La Goulash out is social. WILL ASSAULT IS? Okay which is what province? This one is in your own district this. Is In McNealy Chiefdom, okay, okay, we have the goal of central. Okay, we on this is lally. Okay, so we're Angola essential okay? So, up here, school on up, okay? Before its time, it was called expansion. Okay, yeah, because all the central was. Not Now he our exclusive central. Come along this access from here. From here. He is the boundary between the north okay. Okay, under central. Okay, so not start from this axis extending this. Okay? Yes, so this is! Not On, it's in the molly much okay Mama. Centra comprises of. Fought domes in Kenema district. So this is central. On by going. You Access Medina The coordinator usually. You can found monkeys via. Confound. On not peace but to us about this particular area. Its stomach elephants zoo, according area, and they pass another wildlife. Okay, this is the area you find your off all okay along the Amal Just this model revolt you. Swollen Liberia right. This is. On, you have on stream. Reverse within the IBM car. Talk about more by. The Vermont boy. All these rivers. In Here then we have another central here in central unless social which we call billable, okay and trust. Essential. Dishes found. Like One Thousand Five hundred mutants to the boundary line. Okay okay okay. Okay Funding Community Uses essentially wearing eastern. On. Rebuff US call you revolve. It's all you all revised in these particular forest in golf. Okay okay. Rebuff. You found out when. It's it's Ron Stone tool school central. Okay, all the yeah, they'll have delusions. REBA LOUIS ALL. These reverse is been named in. We have the call you revoke. Koi! Koi everybody. Financing Central. Bridge from crossed. Okay. Okay okay. Okay okay. This is how we live. Stream. On, you consider key or demaim sure. We lent their. Views activity to week plus to building community. Berman Kishan Lisa discovered Specie petits the phone hula new to science all right? Bye. To. Newly discovered. Species? It's a news. If. They're looking for names. I can suggest econolodge. Science okay okay. Right that's amazing. Sometimes you think you know we. We forget that we don't know everything as human right like there's always new things we have a new at about the world. Thank you so much. Well nine dollars so footsie on addition of make Sierra. Leone, famous. We've me your host Viki Remo. Don't forget to subscribe to this podcast wherever you listen Totta..

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"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

Make Sierra Leone Famous

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

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"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

Make Sierra Leone Famous

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"sierra" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous

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