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Exploring the community level impact of paralegals in rural Sierra Leone

By Sonkita Conteh Esq. Introduction A previous article by the author explored the work and impact of community-based paralegals in the lives of ordinary people in rural areas, through the…

London resident sends an open letter to Sierra Leonean Presidential Candidate Mada Bio

Dear Mr. Maada Bio, RE: YOUR STANDING AS PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE Under normal circumstances I would have started by congratulating you on your election as “FLAG BEARER” of the S.L.P.P. for…

David Tam-Baryoh replies Sama Banya on “Who Does David Tam-Baryoh Think His Listeners Are?”

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TRIVIALISING THE TRC REPORT, A DANGEROUS POLITICAL GAME!

With Mustapha M.K Sesay The brutal civil conflicts in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Apartheid South Africa, Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia, to name but a few, adversely affected every facet of…

Like Charles Margai in Sierra Leone, like Moussa Ibrahim in Libya!

By J. Alusine Kamara E-mail: jalusinekamara@yahoo.com  While just about every knowledgeable Sierra Leonean would be ‘au fait’ – positively or negatively – with the name, Charles Margai, the same will…

If you can’t stand the heat…don’t stay in the kitchen!

By J. Alusine Kamara E-mail: jalusinekamara@yahoo.com The past several weeks have witnessed and provoked a progressive and intensive debate raging over Sierra Leone and the Diaspora with regards to the…

That SLPP’s Poor Leadership Choice

The political nemesis eating the Sierra Leone Problem Party (SLPP), are greediness, self-indulgence and self-pettiness within themselves.  From their party chairperson down to the least executive member, every one of…

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…

The Dance Hall Is Still Closed

The Dance Hall Is Still Closed

The organizers of the show are still watching their time to see when to open the dance hall for the dancers to come in after purchasing their entry tickets. The…