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June 2010

Mr. Chairman,Colleague Ministers of Government,Honourable Members of Parliament, Members of the Diplomatic and Consular CorpsMembers of the Fourth EstateDistinguished ladies and gentlemen, I feel greatly honoured to be a part of the 25th May, celebrations of Africa

Lairs are dishonest, deceitful and deceiving. These are people who impose lies and made up stories against an individual to humiliate his or her moral values. In most cases, some people can't tell a lie,

The office of the Attitudinal and Behavioral Change Secretariat set up in 2007, has been for the past three years propagating the vision of the president Ernest Bia Koroma’s “Attitudinal and Behavioral Change” for the

At the request of the National Telecommunications Commission (NATCOM), existing and new subscribers of cellular networks in the country are expected to register their SIM Cards before 30th June 2010 for security reasons.  NATCOM has

The Inspector General of Police, Brima Acha Kamara (in photo) has last week, unveiled Chief Superintendent (CSP) Suluku Conteh as the new boss of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID). Until his appointment he was the Director

Report has reached this press that journalists working for the newly transformed Sierra Leone Broadcasting Services (SLBS) which is now Sierra Leone Broadcasting Corporation (SLBC), has gone out of salary for the past two to

The Deputy Minister of Health and Sanitation, Mohamed Daudis Koroma, has suspended twelve catering staff of the Sierra Leone Psychiatric Hospital at Kissy for what he referred to as professional misconduct. The Deputy Minister took this

Residents of Congo Cross in the western area, at the centre of Freetown have raised serious concerns about the perpetual increase in the crime rate in the area saying that they now live in fear

Sierra Leone is a country where 70 to 85 percent of the population is illiterate, education can be seen as a bedrock on which developmental initiatives can be built on. Past glory has recorded that

The president of the Journalists for Attitudinal and Behavioral(JABC) Edie Tayor George Temple has told this medium that he was not happy about  the negative behavior and attitude the students of Fourah Bay College manifested

What a colorful moment at the Miatta Conference Hall after the Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry Mrs. Mabinty Daramy (in photo) launched the first Trade Fair Exhibition organized by the Tamatas Industrial Company, a Syrian

Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Minister, Zainab Hawa Bangura has rubbished rumours propagated by her detractors indicating that she is bracing herself up for a political showdown against incumbent President Ernest Bai Koroma come 2012. She

Africa, south of the Sahara, today faces its brightest prospects in a generation. Before dismissing this statement as yet another belied optimistic forecast, consider the following facts: (Photo: Obiageli K. Ezekwesili and school child) Before the

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has emphatically stated that the United Nations Security Council has to be reformed and that it is absolutely not right that Africa is not a permanent member of the Security Council.

ATLANTA -- On Wednesday, June 16, 2010, a press conference will be held at 12:15pm in the auditorium of The B.E.S.T Academy, 1890 D.L. Hollowell Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30318. The press conference will highlight various African-African