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“Let make love and not war” The Keukenhof experience 

By Mohamed Konneh In a small corner packed with beautifully laid out flowers was this written sentence on top of a neatly parked flower “Let make Love and not War”.…

Land Rights: Men Can, Why Not Women?

Land Rights: Men Can, Why Not Women?

It was the former Secretary of State for the United State of America; Hilary Clinton who oncesaid that “Human rights are women’s rights, and women’s rights are human rights”. But…

Socfin in Sierra Leone: Anger and broken hopes in Sahn Malen

In 2011, the Palm plantation management company, Socfin opened a new palm oil plantation in Malen, in south east Sierra Leone. The subsequent eight years have seen a grave property…

SMHL Vimetco Engages Government on Multi-Million Dollar Alumina Hydrate Project inception in Sierra Leone

By Mohamed Konneh Sierra Mineral Holdings 1 Limited (Vimetco), a Bauxite mining company in Moyamba, held several meetings with the Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Mines in Freetown during…

Principal Counsel for Defense says the ICC is not a Colonial Court 

By Mohamed Konneh The Principal Counsel for Defense at the International Criminal Court Xavier Jean has said that the ICC is not a colonial court and do not listen or…

ICC Prosecutor says the ICC has had an eventful start to 2019

By Mohamed Konneh The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Fatou Bensouda has said the ICC has an eventful start to 2019 with series of challenges confronting the court.…

As Government kicks-off investigations into Land disputes in Malen Chiefdom Green Scenery raises concerns over stagnation of previous Technical Working

As Government kicks-off investigations into Land disputes in Malen Chiefdom Green Scenery raises concerns over stagnation of previous Technical Working

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya The Government of Sierra Leone had kicks-off investigations into the continuous and mounting disputes among landowners on how thousands of hectares of lands were taken away…

The Case of Dr. Malachi York: The Man in the West African Spotlight

There have been many conflicting stories regarding who Dr. Malachi York is. During the period between the 1950s and the early 2000s, there were a number of men and women…

Arrest and detention of Poor Land Owners in Sierra Leone: International Rights Groups write President Bio

A group comprised of about 300 members across the globe have raised concerns and written a letter to the President of Sierra Leone, Julius Maada Bio condemning the arrest and…

The Sierra Leone National Adaptation Plan Framework: An assiduous efforts by the Environment Protection Agency and Partners

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya The National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Framework for Sierra Leone has been developed and a comprehensive report produced by both the local and international Consultants of the…