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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…

Getting environmental information in Sierra Leone: Why I support Freedom of Information law

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya Getting the right information is one thing one needs in order to practice as a responsible journalist, but this is something very boring in Sierra Leone.…

Vice President Sam Sumana, APC politics and ingratitude

By Philip Neville The name Samuel Sam Sumana is no more new to the politics of Sierra Leone. He gained prominence not too long and not too late and now…

The First Ladies and The Pregnant African Women

For the past years, the Ghana’s enlightenment movement has shown that rational choices are essential to how Africans distinguish and argue about their culture in relation to their progress. The…

ONLY A PURE HEART CAN TRANSFORM A NEGATIVE ATTITUDE!

By Queen Love Artists have a sixth sense and they see everything in a different dimension than everybody else does. Even before I knew that I am an artist, in…

Makeni: A city in transformation in Sierra Leone

By Mohamed Konneh It’s a dream coming to reality in Makeni after two years beginning 2009 to date. The Township of Makeni is rapidly taking a transformation stage and undergoing…

The “power of love” or the “love of power?”

The “power of love” or the “love of power?”

By Queen Love As a survivor and a human right advocate on abusive issues, I know for sure that the universe did not create itself and nobody showed up here…

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…

The death penalty and the law

By Ian Hughes,British High Commissioner, Freetown “The burning of the house of an offender is not permissible punishment for arson. The rape of the offender is not permissible punishment for…

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…