President Ernest Bai Koroma today commissioned the Ernest Bai Koroma Mini Stadium named after him in Constituency 95, being represented by Hon. Claude Kamanda in Newton, Koya Rural via Waterloo.
Welcoming the President and his delegation
Kenema: The Sierra Leone Association of Journalists over the weekend ended 18th Biennial Conference in Kenema, Eastern Sierra Leone, the first in over 5 years. The 2-day conference brought together over 400 journalists from across
It has reached desks of Sierra Express Media that musicians have voluntarily made statements to the Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) exposing Mayor Herbert Williams’ corruption attachment.
Twenty Sierra Leonean musicians in 2010, performed at the Morgan
“My forefathers have ruled Biriwa Chiefdom.” By the aforementioned quote, it is clear though that Chief Alpha Madseray Sheriff is unhappy with recent happenings befalling him.
In his path, he told Sierra Express Media that he
Mohamed Bangura alias Poborsky has critised the positioning of certain players in the Leone Stars team against Niger last weekend in Niamey in a 2012 African Cup of Nations group G qualifying match. (Photo: Bangura
The Automated System for Customs Data, (ASYCUDA), has today clocked its first anniversary, since it was introduced on the 1st of April, 2010 in Sierra Leone by the Customs and Excise Department, one of the
Recently, the government of Sierra Leone, through the Ministry of Information and Communication announced that in the face of the astronomical increase in prices of essential commodities, some reduction in tariffs has been
Nurses are set for strike action owing to serialized death of patients at the Princess Christiana Maternity Hospital (PCMH).
They claimed that soon after a Nigerian doctor commenced work in the hospital, there had been
Reverend Kenso Kotho Kai Kanu of the Baptist Church at Peacock-Farm, Wellington yesterday made his second appearance before Magistrate Wellington of the Freetown Magistrate Court No.2 for false pretence.
According to the prosecution, the accused by
Patrick Sinneh, a security attached to the Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) head office yesterday made another appearance before Magistrate Wellington of Freetown Magistrate Court No.2 on a single count charge of grievous bodily harm.