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HALTING HISTORICAL, HERITAGE AND ARTIFACTS DISTORTIONS

By: Winstanley R Bankole Johnson In his days as our country’s lead envoy to the Court of St. James, H.E High Commissioner Sulaiman Tejan- Jalloh (unlike many others before and…

EBOLA RAGES ON FOR 37 YEARS

BY OSWALD HANCILES Why do I fuse the august name of late President Tejan Kabbah with the menace of the “Ebola” virus ? Don’t get me wrong! My serial on…

OBTAINING MONEY BY FRAUD: “Jay Cee” in criminal enterprise

Mr. Clifford Beatty may have been living a life that is akin to criminality, with little or no knowledge from the public, close friends and his recent victim that he…

The 2014 National Awards

BY Andrew Keili Some forty eight years ago, a currently nationally renowned gynaecologist, had just finished his sixth form at CKC and was my Maths teacher in Form 2 at…

Land campaigners criticise World Bank doing business and benchmarking of the business of Agriculture in Africa

There is abundant evidence of how the Doing Business ranking has favored land grabbing. For example, Liberia implemented 39 reforms to ease business between 2008 and 2013 and as a…

She holds a sacred position

By a retired Supreme Court Judge The recent problem at the Sierra Leone Law School has been more than a debacle and those interested in the integrity of the legal…

MAGISTRATE DAVIES COLE ARRESTED

…Le 500M Bail for Law School Registrar & Co. He went home with a disturbed mind after he was granted bail in the sum of Le 500 Million and two…

Why We Must Commend The Chief Justice

The Law Profession is a very serious one and should be treated by its practitioners with maximum seriousness. It is not like any fly-by-night profession that can be picked up…

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…

Dr. Kandeh Kolleh Yumkella speaks on “a decade of Stability and Progress”

Since we live in a globalized world, we must think global and act local. We must learn how others are creating wealth and spreading prosperity for their citizens and generations…