“I am not worried over APC running mate,” as said by Vice President Sam Sumana, has seemingly frightened the Minister of Internal Affairs, whose covert moves for ‘running mate’ in the APC have been exposed.
Over 100 Black Street ghetto youths at Brookfields Friday 28th benefited from an anti–drugs focus group discussion organized by the Foundation for Democratic Initiative & Development (FDID).
The youths used to be notorious drug abusers
Comium Limited, one of Sierra Leone’s leading mobile communication networks, Saturday 28th launched the Comium Carnival promotion at Shangri-La at Beach Road, Aberdeen.
In his statement, Comium’s Managing Director Mr. Mike Carroll said that the
Police Constable 13042 Prince Peteqel attached to Operational Security Division branch (OSD), and on deployment at the Ross Road Police Station Saturday 29th at Low-Cost Housing, Kissy, Freetown, at approximately 1:30, murdered in cold blood
Leone Stars Captain Ibrahim Obreh Kargbo has confirmed to the Sierra Express Media that he will be retiring from the Sierra Leone National Football team soon.
According to the Inter Baku midfielder, the way and
Continuing their commitment to youth education in their areas of operation, Sierra Rutile Limited recently donated 9 million Leones worth of furniture, comprising thirty desks and bench sets, to the United Brethren in Christ (UBC)
African Minerals has dished out a whopping Le325 million as compensation to some farmers whose crops and settlements are likely to be affected by its operations around Wondugu village in the Tonkolili district, northern Sierra
Foundation for Democratic Initiatives and Development-SL (FDID-SL) wishes this message could reach all our young people, all our youth and stay in their hearts and guide them in their political actions. DID-SL says youths should
In its determination to spread anti-corruption messages to rural communities, the Northern Regional office of the Anti-Corruption Commission has on Wednesday 26thand Thursday 27 October 2011 held sensitization meetings in Mayosoh and Mamuntha sections of
As a urologist in practice for 20 years in Lewiston, I have had a significant interest in treating conditions that cause incontinence. In the United States, most incontinence is related to the aging process, and
Soldiers of the Fourth Infantry Brigade at Teko Barracks (in photo) in Northern Sierra Leone on Friday October 28th, 2011 surrendered themselves to the new foot soldiers of President Ernest Bai Koroma’s ‘Agenda for Change’.