After fifteen years of service to the African community in Philadelphia, friends from various Christian communities joined Mount Zion United African Church at their 1453 North 52nd Street location to celebrate the many blessings that
Sierra Leone’s print and electronic media has become the indelicate barnyard of personal vendetta in the form of vicious personal attacks and foolish political propaganda. From the presidential press team to newspapers associated with the
Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma in his statement at the European Development Day in response to the global economic downtown told his counterpart that Sierra Leone is becoming a stable, politically mature nation.
Advancing his facts, the
Beware - Under World Now Manifest!
The once tell-tale affairs of the activities of the underworld has now been made manifest as strange occurrences in the City of Freetown has left the residents in wretched fear
Natives of the Eastern and Southern regions of the country have still not swallowedÂ their disgust at the way in which the Kabbah led erstwhile Sierra Leone People’s Party government treated the ex-Kamajor chief Sam
A symbolic reparation programme was held in Nongowa Chiefdom in Kenema district on 24 Saturday October 2009. In an interview with Rev Father Komba of the Cathedral Catholic Church in Kenema he said the symbolic
The newly appointed Egyptian Ambassador to Sierra Leone His Excellency Jamal Tawfik Abd-allah on Friday 23rd September at the Egyptian Embassy at Wilkinson Road intimated journalists about his mission to Sierra Leone as ambassador to
The NRA has continued to move in the right direction, especially in meeting its mandate. As part of its mandate to generate revenue, it has generated hundreds of billions of Leones in the first quarter
It used to be such a readable newspaper; its editorials were always vibrant and relative. It also had a special attraction for some readers who enjoyed its peep column then edited by Olu Ritchie Awoonor
Sierra Leone High Commissioner Henry Macauley has restored a sense of belonging to a cross section of Sierra Leoneans living in Jos, Plateau State Nigeria and confirmed the completion of Bumbuna hydro Electric Project, construction
Vegetable consumption in the capital of the country - Freetown mainly depends on production made in the Freetown Urban and Peri-Urban Communities supplying a population of over 2.5 million people. As the dry season approaches,