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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…

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…

Tony Blair is ‘Patriotic’; Sorrious is NOT Patriotic!!

By Oswald Hanciles One of the most courageous, feisty, intelligent, and workaholic women ever in the history of modern Africa, medical doctor-turned-Information-Technology-wizard; today, the non-conformist publisher of AWARENESS TIMES newspaper,…

Who owns Community Centre for the Handicapped?

By Philip Neville For the past two days and more, Chernor Sankara the hand bearer of James Taiwo Cullen, who was sacked at Star Radio for rude behavior and professional…

Whether it was a plea-bargain or for political reason Dr. Bundu must explain

Mr. Kalilu .I. Totangi should not have been the right person to defend the Passport Mafia, Dr. Abass Bundu. Whatever syllogism or hypothetical statement he uses or legal loophole to…

Our Passports, Dr. Abass Bundu and Frank Yiu

By Philip Neville It was in early 1980s when the late ex-President Siaka Stevens went to the United Kingdom to attend a Commonwealth Conference and came into contact with a…

UN praises President Koroma for good governance, national development and efforts towards free and fair elections

By Leeroy Wilfred Kabs-Kanu :  Sierra Leone is still the toast of the United Nations and she is still the UN success story and model  for peacebuilding and peace consolidation…

The national interest is what matters most

The national interest is what matters most

By Jarrah Kawusu-Konte Following my recent interview which was published in the Ariogbo and Awareness Times newspapers, a number of people have tried to intimidate me from meddling in state…

Recent reforms in Sierra Leone: Beating the effects of global economic downturn

The year 2011 ended on a high note for the reformers in Sierra Leone. There were two significant reforms which the government saw through – reforms that had been long…

When did the SLPP become a leper?

By Philip Neville Leprosy is a contagious disease. It damages the anatomy and physiology of the body and left the being with multiple scars. The disease eats up the phalanges…