Fellow Sierra Leoneans: Within the last several months, the name Brima Michael Turay or BMT, in the North America branch of the APC and indeed amongst Sierra Leoneans around the world, meant different things to
The operational site of the $3 Billion Dollar strong African Minerals Limited (AML) - Ferenbgeya in the forested hills of Bumbuna in the Tonkolili District became the centre nerve of the country as the crÃ¨me-de-la-crÃ¨me
Minister of Mineral Resources and Political Affairs Hon. Alpha Kanu last Friday admitted in public to being guilty of lying to cover up on certain issues in the execution of state duties, a confession which
President Koroma Makes a Good Will Gesture
Following the earthquake crisis in Haiti, Sierra Leonean leader Ernest Bai Koroma has donated the sum of $100,000 dollars to earthquake victims. Giving the contribution to the United Nations
The Biological parents of acclaimed illegally adopted children facilitated by Help a Needy Children International HANCI during the heat of civil war in 1997 to 1999 have accused the Criminal Investigative Department of the Sierra
Duncan Coplan, Chief Campaigner of the Environmental Justice Foundation, has revealed that Sierra Leone is loses over twenty-nine million US dollars annually as a result of illicit fishing activities going on in the territorial waters.
It is certainly very difficult to argue the extent of the success of Ernest Koroma’s Administration in the various areas of need for the past two years even though some other areas are undoubtedly seeing
The legal and land administration system is yet to transform traditional land ownership system by developing legally protected and commercially tradable interest in land. Extension of freehold interest in land as pertains in the western
President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma remains a popular political figure in Sierra Leone, according to a recent independent research.
This is as a result of his commitment, style of leadership and above all putting words into
President Ernest Bai Koroma yesterday Friday 22nd January 2010 formally commissioned the operations of African Minerals Limited for the mining of the multi-billion-tonne iron ore deposits in Tonkolili, northern Sierra Leone.Â Addressing hundreds of attendees,
The President of the ECOWAS Commission, Dr. Mohamed Ibn Chambas, will present the economic outlook for West Africa in 2010 to the region’s development partners during the 7th edition of the ECOWAS-Development Partners coordination meeting
Six Ambassadors on Tuesday, 19th January 2010 presented their letters of credence in Abuja to the President of the ECOWAS Commission, Dr. Mohamed Ibn Chambas, as permanent representatives of their countries to ECOWAS. (Photo:Â HE Henry