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World Bank President calls on countries to invest more in their people

By Amadu Lamrana Bah in Washington DC President of the World Bank Group, Jim Yong Kim, has called on world leaders to pay more attention to the investment in human…

Equality for women begins with Justice

….’Equality Now’ demands By Mustapha Sesay ‘Equality Now Africa,’ an International Non Governmental Organization, advocating and raising awareness on the rights, freedom and protection of women and girl child on…

German Honorary Consuls support mudslide and flood victims in Sierra Leone.

Despite the numerous projects supported by the two Honorary consuls from Bavaria and Baden, Dr Ditmare Scheiter and WilliDrechsler have joined forces to provide numerous food, clothing and hygiene items…

DEPORTATION OF SIERRA LEONEANS: LESSONS LEARNED

Those dreaming to come to the US must work hard to possess legal documents. Do a self-monitoring of the expiration dates in the passports and visas in your possession and…

Mudslide Disaster Victim in Waterloo Displace Camp faces attack by Unknown Thugs

Palay Johnson an orphan who lost his entire family in the August 17, 2017 Mudslide disaster in the Regent community in Freetown is on the run after been attacked by…

Nigeria against Sierra Leone is the pick of the tie that emerged from the West African Football Union Cup draw in Accra, but the Minister of Sports, Ahmed Khanou, has…

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…

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…

Regent Village could be prone to more slides…urgent action!

By Salifu Conteh The lush forested area of Regent Village began disappearing four years after the end of the civil conflict. One would imagine the post-conflict reconstruction phase to be…

CFN Executives provide gifts & psychosocial therapy to children affected by mudslide & flooding

The Children’s Forum Network (CFN) known as the Children’s Parliament for all Children in Sierra Leone on Saturday 2nd September, 2017 did psychotherapy counselling to colleague children at the Don…