The Sierra Leone Road Transport Corporation has imported twelve fifty–six seater buses in the country to add to its fleet. The Managing Director Sierra Leone Road Transport Corporation Bockarie Kamara at the weekly press briefing
The 40 Paramount Chieftaincy Elections that should have commenced on the 25th NovemberÂ in Port Loko, Kambia, Bombali, Tonkolili, Koinadugu, Kono, Kailahum, and Kenema have all been postponed to the 5th-23rd December 2009.
In a press
With over twenty partners working in collaboration with the National HIV/AIDS Secretariat (NAS) in fighting the pandemic in Sierra Leone, they have all decided to make pregnant women their priority in this year’s World AIDS
Kuma Okeke, a Nigerian born, was caught with ten bulky substances believed to be cocaine, six hundred Euros, two hundred dollars, a Nokia 1100 phone and a Guinean passport at the Lungi international airport on
As humans we all have our moments and as each a different person, hence different moments. Unfortunately this tends to affect our lives and others correlated too, most especially in relationships.
Sometimes it appears that one’s
A series of studies and consultations undertaken for and by the Steering Committee on Social Protection (SCSP) convened from government, private sectors, and civil society to develop a national social protection policy and to advise
Margai Blasts APC
The leader of the People’s Movement for Democratic Change (PMDC) Party, Charles F. Margai, has blasted the ruling APC government of not measuring up to the expectation of the people. Speaking to his
On his assumption of office, his Excellency President Ernest Bai Koroma declared that he would be running his government like a business. It is well known that business people or any entrepreneurs for that matter,
I am writing this piece from the Wusum Hotel in Makeni where we (SLAJ members) had converged to discuss issues concerning us. So, expect a comprehensive article on what was the outcome, especially in relation
For descendants of Koya chiefdom residing in the United States, it is all about making a difference in the lives of their people and their community. Through their 501(3) C organization, the Koya Progressive Association,
The Warwick Apartment Towers at 1131 University Blvd, Silver Spring, Maryland was the venue of this celebration. The hall was filled with all Sierra Leoneans who are loyalists to their country and came from all