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April 2018

Competent Sierra Leoneans have predicted that the ruling Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) may lose the 2023 Presidential election if they delay to resolve the spate of violence across the country that has caused an

Margai, J.J Saffa, Alpha Timbo Others Appointed - In exercise of his first presidential duties, the newly elected president of the Republic of Sierra Leone, his Excellency Retired Brigadier Julius Maada, has on Thursday 12th

Following the recent unimaginable ‘tsunamic’ dislocation of the ruling All People’s Congress Party (APC) through the ballot box, African authors, contemporary political experts and some Western Universities are now tracing the biography of Sierra Leone’s

Opening Remarks by Brigadier (Rtd.) Julius Maada Bio, President of the Republic of Sierra Leone at the Joint International Monetary Fund and Ministry of Finance and Economic Development High-Level Forum on Economic Policy Priorities, Conference

Friday, 13 April 2018: The Executive Director of the Legal Aid Board, Ms. Fatmata Claire Carlton-Hanciles has said the Board is ready to work with the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces (RSLAF) to improve

Notwithstanding some challenges during the recent presidential elections, it is certainly a good feeling when you meet people from other nations around the world and they say: “Congratulations! Sierra Leone has done Africa proud”.  Fundamentally, this

On April 10, 2018, Chinese President XI Jinping (in photo) sent a congratulatory message to Sierra Leonean President Julius Maada Bio, congratulating him on his election as President of Sierra Leone. In the congratulatory message President

The APC Australia Branch condemns in no uncertain terms the ongoing acts of extreme post-elections violence across the country.  Every Sierra Leonean is entitled to freedom of political association and assembly. No citizen deserves to

While having refreshments at my usual watering hole Moyamba junction last Thursday a car with a government number plate pulled alongside my vehicle. Out stepped a gentleman surrounded by two security men. My nephew who

Rogues whose identities are as yet not fully confirmed but who had alleged they were State House officials, armed with guns but no Search Warrant, tonight of 14th April 2018, unlawfully invaded residence of a

The newly Elected President of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Rtd Brigadier Julius Maada Bio faces serious health problems and challenges as the outgoing Government left behind multiple issues which are paramount to thousands of

A 7 million peopled-country which endured a brutal civil war in the 1990s, whose economy was bastardized by an Ebola epidemic and the global commodity prices slump in 2014-2015, whose adults (a good proportion) live

In what appears to be the first step in the right direction by curtailing the huge expenditure of previous governments, the newly elected president of the Republic of Sierra Leone, His Excellency Rtd. Brigadier Julius

It has become a custom among Sierra Leoneans to always castigate their outgoing Presidents during transition period of betraying the party and not working in their interest as a result of the transfer of power

‘Firmly united, ever we stand; singing thy praise o’ native land. These are the solemn words we keep uttering day in and day out as Sierra Leoneans since we gained our Independence from Great Britain