Talk To The Camera – Back To School Traders – Sierra Leone

Talk To The Camera – Back To School Traders – Sierra Leone


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Sierra Network Talk To The Camera is a brand new TV Series where the team will give people chance to give their views in things that are affecting them and their communities. This episode Sierra Network host Isatu Kona Sesay Talk To The Back To School Traders

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  1. It’s a misconception to think the government has control over the value of the dollar. The government can only have control over its local currency. Hence the idea of asking the government to regulate the value of a foreign currency is kind of an irrational thing to do. Also, pleading for the dollar, or any other currency aside the Leone, to be the central medium of exchange because of hardship is not strategic – merely infer desperation. It might work for the time being, but in the long run there will be major issues deriving out of that. Highly depending on foreign currencies is one of the main reasons we’re in the situation that we are in now.

  2. Things are just going from bad to worse. The persistent rise in the prices of commodities are the major concern that serves as the bone of contention in Sierra Leone. The government really need to put mechanism in place in terms of this persistent rise of the foreign currencies.

  3. Money is not a focal solution to the issues we are faced with. We have a cultural and educational problem, and if we want growth as a people, these are the things we really need to look at first.

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