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January 2011

Sierra Leonean Mustapha Bangura’s team Apollo, are back to their winning ways.  Last Saturday, 15t January, after five straight encounters without a win they defeated ALKI in the Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium in Larnaca, with a

Despite he was wanted so badly to be part of this exciting first indoor trophy, according to FHK sport Director Asbjørn Helgeland, new signing Sierra Leonean born Umaru Bangura’s FK Haugesund side lifted the West

Sometimes, I wonder why the police and military officers busy themselves cracking down on marijuana and marijuana users, when the majority of them are in fact ardent partakers of it. As a matter of fact,

This article will conclude my previous article “Helping President Koroma in finding ways to achieve his innovations.”  This article will be used to advocate for more transparent government initiatives and the need for Sierra Leoneans

Regular readers of the African Champion newspaper unless they are members or ardent supporters of the opposition Sierra Leone Peoples party SLPP, may be excused were they to come to the conclusion that the party

One of SLPP’s hopefuls yesterday 13 January 2011 paid a compassionate visit to victims of the Sani Abacha Street fire disaster. Usman Boie Kamara (in photo) was at the temporal homes of victims of the fire

Gifts, as people call them, sway the minds of greedy public officers, making them lose foresight and landing them into corruption and overindulgence. Kudos must be given the newly appointed Fisheries and Marine Resources Minister, Hon.

A Lebanese man resident at Guard Street east end of Freetown Tuesday assaulted Sierra Express Media’s reporter, Arthur Caulker. Caulker met his misfortune shortly after rendering assistance to a traffic warden who was having an encounter

The Drug and Pharmaceuticals Regulatory Agency in Sierra Leone, ‘Pharmacy Board,’ in ensuring the continued capacity building of members of its Staff has conducted a one week refresher training for 30 Pharmacy Inspectors in the

Universal Peace Federation (UPF) Sierra Leone Chapter honors “World Interfaith Harmony Week” – The UPF held a seminar at the Gender Empowerment Movement (GEM) conference hall at John Street, Freetown in honor of the World’s

Faces of residents of Lumley are smiling after the signing of a Memorandum Of Understanding between Lumley Police Division and Security Support Group International (SSGI) came to being. The ceremony which took place yesterday 13th ,

Sierra Leonean international, Mohamed Pobosky Bangura and team mate Flávio missed the start of AIK’s pre-season training according to the Stockholm side, “their tickets were not booked accordingly,” said assistant coach Nebojsa Novakovic. Both players will

Sierra Leone’s very own Human Rights activist, James Fallah-Williams, who became one of the key critics of Solomon Berewa and Tejan Kabba’s poor government, and now a major voice emerging for Sierra Leone, has done

The New Year in Sierra Leone has started with great expectations and hopes from the people.  While the whole country will be bracing for the independence celebrations, one of the traditional opposition parties, the Sierra

Ministers responsible for information and communication in ECOWAS Member States, including Sierra Leone's Deputy Information and Communications Minister Hon. Sheka Tarawallie, will meet at the ECOWAS Commission in Abuja Friday, 14th January 2011 to adopt