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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…

The Fallout from Sorious Samura’s documentary-Winners and Losers

  Sorius Samura’s scandalous documentary on Sierra Leone sent shocking waves in the spines of many Sierra Leoneans both at home and in the Diaspora. The documentary has generated serious…

Rural women still suffer and die when delivering children in Sierra Leone

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya Madam Mabinty Conteh was thinking that with the introduction of the Free Health care delivery system in Sierra Leone more than a year ago for pregnant…

Environmental News are Public Interest Issues and should not be kept secret by environment and Forestry Ministers

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya I have been pushed to the corner to respond through my own medium since the key governmental stakeholders involved and supposed to be seen vibrantly promoting…

2017 in 2012 election- the APC Dilemma

The internecine struggle within the APC party as to who will succeed Ernest Koroma in 2017 is taking centre stage thereby compromising the yet to be won 2012 election. The…

Why the Environment Protection Agency is under attack in Sierra Leone

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya Before I starts, I should first state here that I am neither playing a public relation game nor am I hired to do such but I…

Government and people look at Sorious’ African Investigates from different spectrums in Sierra Leone

The Government of Sierra Leone sees an opportunity in the Aljazeera-backed Sorious’ Africa Investigates documentary to “institute a detailed investigation of the several issues raised that suggest a serious breach…

Vice President Sam Sumana, APC politics and ingratitude

By Philip Neville The name Samuel Sam Sumana is no more new to the politics of Sierra Leone. He gained prominence not too long and not too late and now…

The First Ladies and The Pregnant African Women

For the past years, the Ghana’s enlightenment movement has shown that rational choices are essential to how Africans distinguish and argue about their culture in relation to their progress. The…

A case for the Attorney General in Sierra Leone

It is suggested that all members of the tribunal, including Justice Cowan, Mr. Filo-Jones, Mr. R.A. Caesar and Madam Seray-Kallay be arraigned   by the Attorney-General to respond to proceedings for…