SLPP on the warpath?
Mr. Express is a worried citizen, what with the nations opposition party the Sierra Leone People’s PartyÂ on the warpath. The reasons for the war like decision taken by the SLPP isÂ
Looking at Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone, and one of the smallest cities in West Africa, one wonders why public transportation is still aÂ problem for most people staying on the outskirts and periphery
Waiting For Another Mining Policy
In Sierra Leone, every new minister of Mineral Resources (mines) always comes with his own version of a new mining policy which is proclaimed as the best, and this has continued
The ordinary citizenry in Kailahun have expressed dissatisfaction in the way and manner the Military Aid to Civil Policing (MAC-P) has been misused, resulting in soldiers and police harassing and extorting money from motorists as
The newly elected Sierra Leone Teacher’s Union chairman for the Western Area, Ahmed A. Jalloh has complained against the manner in which school going kids now dress and said they resemble any psychopath or inner
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has opened an investigation into the Guinean military's brutal suppression of an anti-government protest.
The Hague court says it is deciding whether the events of 28 September amount to crimes against
In an interview with New Africa’s [No.488] Omar Ben Yedder, President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf of Liberia was blunt in stating that ‘corruption still remains a problem’ in her country and that it is ‘entrenched, systemic. It
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The Finance Act for the year 2009 being an Act for the imposition and alteration of taxation and other related matters and
The news that a consignment of rice has been rejected at the Queen Elizabeth II Quay because it is rotten has suddenly become national news in the country.
In other countries, such an incident would have
Navy Ship Visits Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone was blessed this week by the visit of a navy ship from the Netherlands Johan De Witt, Ben Beckering the captain of the vessel intimated Journalists that went onboard
In most relationships there’s not much time for lovers to cuddle up and have a good ole’ passionate sweet time together.
Sometimes it seems that the relationship is too settled. One might think that this is