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Legal Training for 200 Church Leaders

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Legal Training for 200 Church Leaders

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“This will be of immense benefit to the Christian community in terms of knowledge acquisition and understanding of legal, policy and institutional frameworks relating to church governance in Sierra Leone, while the next phase of the training programme will focus on the Muslim community in Sierra Leone,” Dumbuya maintained.

He informed AYV in a snap interview that the Christian Lawyers Centre/LEGAL LINK in Freetown, Sierra Leone with motto: “Defending the Rights of Vulnerable Groups in Society” is a non-profit legal advocacy group of lawyers, Law students and human rights activists that provides specialized legal assistance, professional advice, legal representation and defends the rights of religious communities and vulnerable groups in Sierra Leone; with a vision to build and consolidate a culture of respect for human rights through the provision of quality, effective and timely legal assistance to religious communities and vulnerable groups in Sierra Leone.

Dumbuya went further to state that he is optimistic that the training will broaden the participants horizon on the law as well as enable them understand the setting up and registration of churches, acquisition of properties, preparation of leases and tenancy agreements, the handling of labour and staff employment matters, National Social Security and Insurance Trust (NASSIT) and Income Tax issues, church ethics and church versus local government and court proceedings.

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