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Against Simplification

It is said that Americans have a genius for simplification. Gradually, however, the quest for it has become a global trend, one that continues to conquer new territories, just as…

Did you hear him speak?

By Philip Neville Lawyer Charles Francis Margai is both a popular and unpopular figure in the eyes of many Sierra Leoneans. To some, he is like a political hero and…

Solomon Berewa was a strong and influential candidate

By Philip Neville In 2005, theSierra LeonePeople’s Party at the Makeni Convention had their candidate to run for the 2007 Presidential and Parliamentary elections. The Candidate was to succeed Ahmad…

SLPP Executive breaks silence and says “I,m not interested in Running mate”

By Abu Bakarr Kargbo Since the Sierra Leone People’s Party flag bearership elections tussle started last year, one of the party’s Senior Executive Members, Alhaji Kanja Sesay decided to maintain…

Over 1000 scholarships for African Minerals in Sierra Leone

The African Minerals Company Limited has announced the provision of scholarships for school going children to the tune of Le368Million (Three Hundred and Sixty Eight Million Leones) in their operational…

APC BETRAYS NPRC VICTIMS…Inquest “dead” on arrival

By Philip Neville Like any other family member, Madam Salami Coker is not an exception whose hope to testify at the proposed Inquest that was to be organized by the…

Is SLPP a party of the South& East?

By Philip Neville The Sierra Leone’s Peoples Party came into existence some decades ago with a define position, among which was to cushion the socio-economic and political problems of the…

Ex-Siaka Stevens “friend” turns Company Secretary as GhanaLink Changes Face

  The plot to continuedeceiving the people and APC government of President Ernest Bai Koroma is developing steam and momentum, with some major players using every strategy to win the…

The Inside Story

By Philip Neville “It is finished” were the words of Jesus Christ when he noticed that death was imminent on the cross and the fulfillment of the scripture must be…

Sylvia Blyden Has Always Been Right

By Ekudayo Scott, Southampton, Britain. I have been following the activities of the SLPP since the declaration of the 19 aspirants for the flagbearership unto the voting of Brigadier Julius…