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Is this a Headache!

Written by: Essa Thaim Kurugba, Kambia, Sierra Leone At the time I finished my first publication, I was asked by my colleagues with some embarrassing questions that seems to be…

What will they get, East, West, North and South?

By Philip Neville Strategists of the two political candidates have commenced working on theories and possibly ways to edge out the other side. No one in the APC will say…

THE REINCARNATION OF A JUNTA-JUNGLE CLIQUE?

It is baffling that at a time Sierra Leoneans are seriously embracing democracy, the rule of law and peace, SLPP cohorts are struggling relentlessly to bring back to the political…

West Africa’s Democratic Evolution – African or Western?

By Kofi Akosah-Sarpong For some time, the centre of Africa’s anarchic one-party systems, gory tyrants, brutal dictatorships, self-serving military juntas and hideous civil wars, West Africa is changing and indisputably…

DUPED AND DECEIVED-Land Schemers on the rise

Mr. Abdul Modie Kargbo is a Sierra Leonean, now resident in Virginia, the United States of America (USA). He used to stay at Fisher Street in Freetown and was a…

Did Maada Bio Steal $982,000? Asked Ekudayo Scott, Southampton, Britain.

Mada Bio As revelations keep pouring in both nationally and internationally on the past character of the SLPP flagbearer Julius Maada Bio, decent Sierra Leoneans in the Diaspora keep asking…

Did you hear him speak?

By Philip Neville Lawyer Charles Francis Margai is both a popular and unpopular figure in the eyes of many Sierra Leoneans. To some, he is like a political hero and…

Germany Must Defend the Euro

 Financial markets abhor uncertainty; that is why they are now in crisis mode. The governments of the euro zone have taken some significant steps in the right direction to resolve…

Is SLPP a party of the South& East?

By Philip Neville The Sierra Leone’s Peoples Party came into existence some decades ago with a define position, among which was to cushion the socio-economic and political problems of the…

Sylvia Blyden Has Always Been Right

By Ekudayo Scott, Southampton, Britain. I have been following the activities of the SLPP since the declaration of the 19 aspirants for the flagbearership unto the voting of Brigadier Julius…