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Observing Eid-ul-Adha at Ahmadiyya Central Mosque

By Mustapha Sesay Eid-ul-Adha is one of the religious festivals observed by the Muslims all over the world. Eid-ul-Adha occurs about two months later- after Eid-ul-Fitr, during the month of…

BRAC ADDS RELIEF TO PAIN

By Mustapha Sesay BRAC Sierra Leone on 29th August, 2017 donated assorted food items worth over ten thousand United States Dollars to the mudslide and flood victims of 14th August,…

The fall of a Great Football Fan

Years before her demise, popular East End Lions Supporter and Leone Stars cook, Yainkain Kargbo, used to get along with her goat pepper soup business at the National Stadium. Most…

Volleyball Federation commences grassroots training

Volleyball Federation commences grassroots training

With Alie Sonta Kamara The Sierra Leone Volleyball Federation has commenced grassroots training programme for children, hoping to attract up to five hundred youngsters from across the country with the…

AHF Provides support to Mudslide Affected persons

By Mohamed Konneh In a bid to support mudslide affected persons, AIDS Healthcare Foundation –Sierra Leone (AHF) has provide food items and other condiments to 250 households and 100 children…

Victorus Lashes sympathize with Charlotte & Regent Flood & Mudslide Victims

Victorus Lashes London on Thursday, 25th August donated assorted food items to victims of the mudslide and flooding that hit Freetown and its outskirts on 14th August, 2017. The donation…

Audit Service 2018 budget gets positive nod

By Mohamed Konneh Mrs. Lara Taylor-Pearce- Sierra Leone Auditor General The Audit Service Sierra Leone proposed budget for 2018 has been unanimously approved at the budget discussion and policy hearing…

Njala University to introduce Law Department

Njala University to introduce Law Department

By Aruna Kamara The Vice Chancellor and Principal of Njala University, Professor, Ernest Tom Ndohamina has said that every institution has the right to introduce courses that are relevant as…

NCD AND OTHERS BENEFIT FROM CAPACITY BUILDING BY ACC

At a capacity building meeting organized by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) at their 3 George Street Office in Freetown on Tuesday, August 22, 2017, the National Commission for Democracy (NCD)…

Players languish in the countryside

Players languish in the countryside

With Alie Sonta Kamara Young talents in football are languishing in the countryside while the administrative wing of football continues to fight a never-ending battle to spearhead the affairs of…