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AIG MORIE LENGOR FIRES AT WHISTLEBLOWER

In a very angry and disappointed mood which could be detected from his reaction to the published SLPP Cabinet list that never came to reality by this medium on Monday…

THE POLITICIZATION OF THE POLICE

Political involvement of the police is not per se a new phenomenon. Indeed it is well known that during colonial period the police were in politics in a way, to…

Political Priorities and Civil Servants

By Emmanuel S. E. Leigh:  As we draw closer to the next general elections, wherein the populace will exercise their civic rights by voting to choose political leaders that will…

HERE IS QUEEN LOVE’S OCTOBER 3RD 2011 ARTICLE

Listen Up Beloved Sierra Leone! Our Wounded Nation Is Being Healed By True Love! Let Us Forgive One another, Unite and Thank Almighty God For President Ernest Bai Koroma! October…

Okada: A Positive Development in the Public Transportation Sector or Safety Problem?

By Phodei Ibrahim Sheriff, Houston, Texas, USA: For many of us who have observed the riders of the Sierra Leone version of Okadas – with close attention to their riding…

The Good, The Bad And The Ugly…(Part 2)

By Jarrah Kawusu-Konte In part one of this article, I pointed out the parameters on which President Dr Ernest Bai Koroma was awarded the 9th most effective President in Africa…

Agriculture how far are we?

By Abraham Karl Samura Since independence, the agricultural sector has been a dominant economic sector in Sierra Leone. Accounting for about 80% of employment in the country, successive governments have…

Why Charles Taylor Deserves his 80 years in Prison

  By Lansana Gberie, PHD On 16 May, convicted war criminal, Charles Taylor, delivered a 30-minute speech – part plea for clemency, part lubricious defence of his actions, and part…

Defiance to take Environment Impact Assessment will always result to negative consequences

As a result of failure to take an Environment Impact Assessment license, Madam Isha Kanu met her sudden death on Wednesday 2nd May 2012 when she was plying the Regent-Jui…

Authorities need to take firm action to protect Sierra Leone pristine beaches if they care for the environment

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya First it was at the Lakka and Hamilton communities and beaches; now it is gaining momentum in all the beaches along the Western Area Peninsular Forest…