12 May 2018 - Today marked the day of 54 year-old retired Brigadier, President Julius Maada Bio's inauguration ceremony in Freetown, Sierra Leone. President Bio stated in his speech he will be president for all
Since becoming the chief tenant at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC, Donald Trump has successfully made countless remarks, which at best have been annoying and controversial in equal measure. He has also had his
I am compelled to write this piece because a brother called Promise, who above all is a Sierra Leonean youth, has passionately decided to follow the new direction of the Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP)
President Ernest Bai Koroma yesterday handed over his notes to President Julius Maada Bio at a ceremony held at State House.
President Koroma has been invited to the inauguration ceremony today but could not make a
Yvonne Aki-Sawyer has been sworn in today at a very colourful ceremony in Freetown that attracted several distinguished personalities.
Mayoress Aki-Sawyer won the just concluded elections taking the lion's share of the votes for her APC
President Julius Maada Bio has promised the nation that the free education from primary to senior secondary schools will commence in September, next academic year.
Addressing Parliament yesterday, President Bio boasted of having the international support
All 68 Members of Parliament representing the main opposition APC have finally been sworn into office. This happened on the 4th of May 2018, following a bitter and acrimonious circumstance in the well of parliament
Residents of Freetown, the capital city of Sierra Leone, have expressed frustration over what they now dubbed as the "return of blackout" in the city, just few weeks after Julius Maada Bio's swearing-in as the
Inhabitants of Port Loko District have honored the Ombudsman of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Melron Nicol Wilson (in photo) to mark his one year in office.
In a bid to provide and promote redress mechanism
citizens pray against darkest country nomenclature
As acute power shortage which has been a thing of the past in the Ex-President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma’s administration, Religious leaders from both faiths i.e. Islam and Christianity in
Reports reaching this newspaper state that the Administrator and Registrar General, Miss Mariama Kallay, is alleged to have refused to pay the sum of Le 21,177,032.23 each to estates of the late Victoria Shonubi and
As Sierra Leonean youths continue to demonstrate that they are the leaders of today and not tomorrow, many young Sierra Leoneans, who are entrusted with leadership roles in society are making the youths proud as