We have all been watching with keen interest the electioneering process in Sierra Leone. Now that the outcome of the Presidential one is known, it is clearly evident that the division in the country remains
Youths yesterday acclaimed Moisa Sallu Keikura, Personal Assistant to the Acting Labor and Social Security Minister, Mr. Daniel Gamai for bringing them together to construct water wells, build a community center at 71 Robert Street
Chapter eight of the ‘Agenda for Prosperity’ deals with the plans by government to strengthen the country’s democracy. An overview of this chapter states, that prosperity and stability are a far cry in any state
The Public Relations Officer of the Freetown City Council (FCC), Mr. Cyril Mattia has said that FCC will continue with its Technical Planning Committee in respect of the effective management of various sectors; adding that
The much trumpeted and eagerly awaited football match between Schools of the Blind from Makeni and Freetown, will take place tomorrow, Friday 30th November 2012, at The Parade Playing Field.
The event has gained momentum so
“No country will prosper touristically without a national carrier, i.e. a national airline and a national frequency which is the right to fly flag.”
Those were the words of the Dean of the Faculty of Hotel,
Some irate ex-combatants purported to be supporters of the Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) on Monday 26th November at about 9:00 p.m. allegedly inflicted a deadly attack on disabled persons residing at the bus station
President Dr Ernest Bai Koroma has welcomed His Excellency Dr Yayi Boni of Benin who also doubles as Chairman of the African Union.
According to President Koroma, Sierra Leone continues to commit itself to the African
London Mining Company on 21 November donated 200 bags of rice to neighbouring communities in Marampa and Marforki Chiefdoms.
According to the company’s Community Investment Manager, Ann-Marie Bassie, the rice donations will support landowners and farmers
Unidentified persons are reported to have committed the act of arson in the Waterloo Community despite efforts by various state actors in discouraging violent activities.
According to the Local Unit Commander Superintendent, Edmond Issa Conteh of
Compatriots meaning well for Sierra Leone are very concerned over the situations that lead to the curfew in Bo and Kenema, while anticipating that these ugly situations will be placed under control by the various
The Faculty of Hotel, Tourism and Nutritional Sciences in the Milton Margai College of Education and Technology, MMCET, Brookfields campus, is reported to be under serious threat of eviction by the Hilcot Company that is