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“US $26,000 Orbit Tumor Surgery” as Aminata flies out for operations

By Mohamed Konneh 16-year-old Aminatawith Left eye Orbit Tumor will fly out this morning for India as funds to do her operations have been secured by Caritas Freetown. The disclosure…

Africa must raise taxes to better fight climate change

Let us begin by welcoming international solidarity. Whether it was the United Nations, its field agencies or major NGOs, the mobilization was not long in coming to the aid of…

Sahn Malen: Land of God and the Devil

By John Adune An international correspondent, John Adune, recently returned to the country from a short trip abroad. As usual his first assignmenmt was Pujehun district. Below areare his findings…

UBA Celebrates 70 years of Excellent Services to customers at its special CEO Awards gala

Pan African financial institution, United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc with operations in 20 African countries and in the United Kingdom, the USA and Paris, over the weekend, celebrated 70…

Tax Justice ends 5th Media Training in Yaoundé

Tax Justice ends 5th Media Training in Yaoundé

By Mohamed Konneh Tax Justice Network Africa (TJNA) in partnership with the African Regional Center for Endogenous and Community Development (CRADEC) ended the 5th Africa Media Training held on 11-12th…

Search for Gibril Vandy intensifies

Search for Gibril Vandy intensifies

By Joseph Boima Gibril Vandy a civil Activist in Banaleh Village, Malen Chiefdom in the Pujehun District Southern Sierra Leone, whose way about cannot be ascertained, will be blessing his…

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.…

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…

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…

Vision Forgiveness Gratitude & Appreciation: Lemon Aid Fund USA/ SL targets 1 Million

Vision Forgiveness Gratitude & Appreciation: Lemon Aid Fund USA/ SL targets 1 Million

By Mustapha Sesay Lemon Aid Fund on Sunday 17th February 2019 held a workshop on ‘Forgiveness Gratitude and Appreciation ,’ with the aim of targeting one million people nationwide at…