It is no longer a secret that the Wellington-Masiaka toll road is very unpopular as many well-meaning Sierra Leoneans have categorically condemned it. The toll road, we believe,
Every month, thousands of workers across the country have their salaries deducted in the name of paying a National Social Security and Insurance Trust (NASSIT) in a bid
In Sierra Leone, two general elections have been contested in ten years, a situation that is not good for our budding democracy. In 2007, the SLPP cried foul
Armed robbery now seems to have become the order of the day in Sierra Leone and what has made us more worried is the daring manner in which
We took off from darkness in Freetown while I was sitting near Alhaji Momodu Koroma in the Kenya Airways flight bound for Nairobi via Accra.
From the air, it
This country is endowed with talented Sierra Leoneans who have the possibility of showcasing Sierra Leone to the outside world but it is a pity to learn that
Both 2014 and 2015 would not be forgotten in haste by Sierra Leoneans and nationals of neighbouring Guinea and Liberia who were hard hit by the outbreak of
During the nationalist movement in Africa, the freedom fighters against colonial rule focused attention on the welfare of their respective communities irrespective of the tribe they came from.
No one can deny the fact that “there is a tide in the affairs of men, which taken at the floods, leads on to fortune” and that “such