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Sierra Leone: The agonizing experience of a West African state under British Colonial domination

By Anthony Kamara (Sr) takes a historical perspective of the period up to 1961. It is becoming common practice for some educated or rather semi-educated Sierra Leoneans with little or…

Media Convergence in Sierra Leone

It is important here to consider the fact that much difficulties and disagreements had arisen in defining the notion of media convergence. Most theorists agree that in general terms convergence…

OGI DIRECTOR IN UN-EXPLAINED WEALTH DILEMMA

…Anti Corruption can’t investigate For 25 years, living life in the United States of America has been a futile and unproductive attempt until when in 2007 after the General Elections…

Justice Halloway verdict discourages IMC draconian fines

Allan Halloway is one of the independent minded judges this country can proud of giving his background as a lawyer of outstanding repute and very versatile media law lecturer at…

IS SHYLOCK OF SIERRA LEONE A DIPLOMAT?

For over thirty years now Adonis Aboud has been rubbing shoulders with Sierra Leoneans in every spheres of life, social, political, economical you name it. One could conclude comfortably that…

That Unwritten Police-transport operators MOU

By: Winstanley.R. Bankole. Johnson I am among the few Sierra Leoneans that will not support public censorship of the Police as an institution. This is because apart from the fact…

BORN TO RULE MEN: YOU CAN’T FIGHT IT

BY CLIFFORD L. D. KABIA Such was not my design but that of the Lord Almighty. Somewhere I thought I heard it said that the Lord will never entrust you…

POVERTY PASTIMES: INDISPOSED TO DEPENDENCY

It took the dictates of war and madness for us to know and realize that there was something really very wrong with and within this nation. It was only when…

Remembering President Kabbah through his memoir “Coming Back From the Brink in Sierra Leone”

It was said that Tejan Kabbah was born with a clasped left hand containing what was thought to be a piece of paper with an Arabic inscription…

Adieu Pa Kabbah

By Mohamed S Bamba It was in the late 80s, the exact date I cannot now remember when a memorable debate took place at the Mary Kingsley Hall at FBC…

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