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Saudi Prince donates 2o tons of medications to Sierra Leone

By RIYADH: MD RASOOLDEEN, ARAB NEWS STAFF Crown Prince Naif, deputy premier and minister of interior, approved an immediate supply of medicines to Sierra Leone; Health Minister Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah…

AFTER FOURAH BAY WHAT NEXT FOR SLPP?

PUAWUI…DR. SAMA BANYA Only the APC leadership and its bootlickers would believe that in present circumstance the party would win free and fair elections in Sierra Leone. In the past…

Grade One Clerk Reveals “Serious financial fraud”

Exposing corruption in high places is a big risk and not patriotism. This is the interpretation by many well meaning Sierra Leoneans working in Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDA’s),…

A rejoinder to the True Lies of Lansana Gberie

  By Princess Adama Kopoi One of the most famous business people in the world, Lido Anthony “Lee” Iacocca, an Italian American entrepreneur, known for engineering the Mustang, the Ford…

Coloring Corruption! the Sierra Leone Landscape

2012 is here. It is a time for reflection on the successes, challenges and limitations of 2011. It should also be for all Sierra Leoneans a time for resolutions, improvements…

Civil Society calls for Compulsory Voter Registration

By Abu Bakarr Kargbo The National Youth Coalition in collaboration with the Sierra Leone Civil Rights Coalition consider voter apathy as the most formidable threat to the country’s fledgling democracy…

When did the SLPP become a leper?

By Philip Neville Leprosy is a contagious disease. It damages the anatomy and physiology of the body and left the being with multiple scars. The disease eats up the phalanges…

Government and people look at Sorious’ African Investigates from different spectrums in Sierra Leone

The Government of Sierra Leone sees an opportunity in the Aljazeera-backed Sorious’ Africa Investigates documentary to “institute a detailed investigation of the several issues raised that suggest a serious breach…

JUDGE, JURY, EXECUTIONER? … DISTURBING TREND OF MOB JUSTICE IN SIERRA LEONE

JUDGE, JURY, EXECUTIONER? … DISTURBING TREND OF MOB JUSTICE IN SIERRA LEONE

By:   J. ALUSINE KAMARA     E-mail:  jalusinekamara@yahoo.com  “Oley! … Oley! … Oley!” (Sic) With shrill and hysterical voices ringing out an angry and blood-thirsty mob relentlessly and from every angle rained…

Extension of UNIPSIL mandate is a booster for resource mobilization drive

By Michael Massaquoi, Coordinator, Peacbuilding Commission Secretariat The renewal of United Nations Integrated Peace building Office (UNIPSIL) mandate for a year is certainly a booster to peace consolidation and development…