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It is operation show your credentials in Parliament

By Philip Neville: The saying, if you live in a glass house don’t throw stones is undisputable, because the reactions may be grave than expected. Dr. Samura Kamara’s regretful performance…

Parliament and President Koroma

By John Pa Baimba Sesay, China: It was on the 17th of November that we all came together with a great decision to reelect President Ernest Bai Koroma and his…

Between Koroma’s prosperity & Sam Sumana’s apprenticeship

By John Pa Baimba Sesay: After spending slightly over two months in Sierra Leone, I have arrived in Beijing with a sense of pride, that there is a mission accomplished.…

They too can perform well in public offices…

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya: The notion and perception held most time by some people that women cannot perform well in public offices than men when put in positions of trust…

Guaranty Trust Bank in Massive Branch Expansion Drive

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya: With footprint in all the Provincial Headquarters in Sierra Leone, Guaranty Trust Bank is set to ensure that its exceptional customer service and unique products are…

Mass voting, Cancelation, Run-off, Supreme Court and Power Sharing

By Philip Neville: A country’s political development forms part of its history and every historian take advantage of the genesis of historical development of a country to explain the life…

Is it true Mr. President?

By Philip Neville: Students of Literature and traditionalists believe in the theory that to every rumour there is an element of truth. Some other schools of thought usually say there…

Decentralization, state governance and Sierra Leone’s democracy

By John Pa Baimba Sesay Chapter eight of the ‘Agenda for Prosperity’ deals with the plans by government to strengthen the country’s democracy. An overview of this chapter states, that…

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…