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Kobawata community gets giant bakery as livelihood package to protect the Western Area forest reserve

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya Once they are ready to protect the forest or denounce their illegal activities in the forest reserve, livelihood activities and programs will always be provided for…

Lands & Forestry Ministers tour Western Area Peninsular Forest Reserve and promise to take action

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya The Minister of Lands Country Planning and the Environment, Pat-Sowe and the Minister of Agriculture Forestry and Food Security Dr. Sam Sesay had on Wednesday 24th…

Police, bailiffs and youths use force to terrorize Number 2 River community

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya If the community people in the Number 2 River could have been whispered the way the Sierra Leone Police behave when they are executing their duties,…

Three Million Pounds lease may land Paramount Chief, others in COURT for Bagla iron ore

By FAYAIA AMARA FAYIA Members of the Tunkia Descendants Association and the people of Tunkia Chiefdom Kenema District recently held a meeting at Ngiegbwema Town and in that meeting they…

Is this a Headache!

Written by: Essa Thaim Kurugba, Kambia, Sierra Leone At the time I finished my first publication, I was asked by my colleagues with some embarrassing questions that seems to be…

What will they get, East, West, North and South?

By Philip Neville Strategists of the two political candidates have commenced working on theories and possibly ways to edge out the other side. No one in the APC will say…

THE REINCARNATION OF A JUNTA-JUNGLE CLIQUE?

It is baffling that at a time Sierra Leoneans are seriously embracing democracy, the rule of law and peace, SLPP cohorts are struggling relentlessly to bring back to the political…

APPEAL COURT RESTORES LE 30 MILLION as Dr. Bendu “Throws” Judgment Away

Dr. Sarah Finda Bendu, Executive Director of the Sierra Leone Road Transport Authority (SLRTA) can now walk the streets of Freetown with head up. She can tell her friends and…

Judges Salary Sliced from Le9.5 Million to Le2.6Million

Judges Salary Sliced from Le9.5 Million to Le2.6Million

Three High Court Judges of the Jurisdiction of Sierra Leone have had both their Human and Legal Rights constantly abused by the Judiciary where they are members of the Bench…

WAPFOR provides ten “okada” bikes as livelihood packages for 3 Mountain Communities

Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya If livelihood and other beneficial packages are the main deterrent for stopping communities to enter into the western Area Peninsular Forest Reserve and carry out illegal activities…