Blamoh Roberts, Young Generation Leader (Central District), and Alpha Muhammad Lighali Alghali, Regional Organizing Secretary, Western Area – SLPP, both issued letters of resignation from their positions with the Sierra Leone Peoples Party.
Below are copies of
New York: The Executive Representative of the UN Secretary General and head of the United Nations Integrated Peacebuilding Office in Sierra Leone (UNIPSIL) today delivered his Seventh Report on the progress of the work in
In a further demonstration of his commitment to the peace and progress of Sierra Leone, President Ernest Bai Koroma (in photo) today told members of the diplomatic community that he found it necessary at this
MINK London have been engaged to provide the backstage makeup for Fashions Finest London Fashion Week off schedule show on 17th and 18th September
The Fashions Finest London Fashion Week shows are the most popular and
It’s over a year now since Sierra Leone launched its Free Health Care Initiative. In that time the project has provided substantive improvements in the delivery of health care services for women and young children
An International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission visited Sierra Leone during August 23-September 6, 2011 to conduct discussions for the combined second and third reviews of the program supported under the Extended Credit Facility (ECF) approved
Following an overwhelming welcome of the All People Congress Dallas Chapter ‘Iron Lady,’ Nanette Thomas, on the 13th of August, and a subsequent remarkable meeting of the chapter on the 19th of the same month,
Friday 9th was a ‘Black Day’ for people of Bo soon after supporters of the Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) confronted rival APC party supporters accusing them of inflicting multiple wounds on the head of
I take great exception to a press release put out by State House in relation to the Bo disturbances, and therefore say without any uncertainty that posterity is sure judge the arbitrators or powers that
Mr. Idiot’s attention has been drawn to disturbing happenings observed in the political museums of this country. (Photo: Ibrahim Samura, Editor)
The Idiot is vexed and has called on colleague Idiots to join him call Sierra
As recent as our August 24, 2011 edition, we wrote an editorial captioned ‘It’s too early for the showdown’.
In that edition, we did capture some very salient early warning signals that are dangerous steps to
National Telecommunications Commission (NATCOM) in collaboration with the CID swiftly sweeps streets of Freetown arresting over 50 SIM sellers who failed to register mobile SIM cards of customers.
The operation which is code named as ‘operation