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The tribal dimension of the Revolutionary United Front (RUF) rebel war in Sierra Leone (1991-2002)

Episode 3. – By Lt. Colonel (Rtd) Sim Turay, HCBS (Business Studies), BA Combined Hons. (Politics and Geography), MA (Law, Development and Globalisation), LLM (International Law and the World Political…

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…

Op-ed: To my generation: Listen, Listen very carefully

By Jay Naidoo, 3rd December, 2012 Nelson Mandela famously said that the day the ANC does to us what the Apartheid government did, we should do to the ANC what…

A JOB WELL DONE DR. THORPE AND CONGRATUTIONS MR. PRESIDENT

By Claudio Brima Kamara, USA:   Finally, the 2012 parliamentary and presidential elections have ended after positive and negative campaigns by all political parties and presidential aspirants to convince the electorates…

BREAK DOWN OF STRONGHOLDS

Titus Boye-Thompson There is something peculiar about politics in Sierra Leone and the way that political engagement coalesce opinions and behaviours during campaign periods. The concept  of momentum is significant…

A Message to Ethnic and non-Ethnic Konos

In all of Sierra Leone’s post-independence social, economic and political developments, Kono has not only played crucial roles in tilting the political pendulum in favor of the winning side, it…

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…

Insurbordination: Rokel Bank Punches Senior Managers

Things seemed not to be rosy with two very senior officials of the Rokel Commercial Bank. It would appear that the Chairman and Board of Directors are being used to…

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…

Civil society, governance and the state of Sierra Leone

 Pa Baimba Sesay Wikipedia defines civil society as the arena outside of the family, the state, and the market where people associate to advance common interests. The role of civil…