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March 2012

A considerable figure of 2,196,679 has so far registered in the provinces, according to the official release from the headquarters of the Sierra Leone’s National Electoral Commission. They account for a grand total of 345 wards,

Can section 4(3) of the Electoral Laws Act ‘legalise’ the illegal cross-border regidtrations?   On 27 February 2012, a press statement issued by Coalition for Justice and Accountability (COJA) was published in various newspapers in Sierra

Controversial reports of child kidnapping have reached the Ross Road police station for investigation. Report has it that on Monday 12th March 2012, a woman by the name of Massah Lamin of No 19 Mount Aureol

In its determination to address public concerns relating to corrupt practices in schools, the Northern Regional office of the Anti-Corruption Commission has on Monday 12th March 2012 engaged staff of the Ministry of Education, Science

Kailahun District is proudly joining the ICT caravan with its new computer school by the name of the Kailahun School of Technology & Computer Studies.  This school provides FREE internet and computer classes for all

In three of their last four Premiership games, Arsenal have secured a win thanks to a goal in injury time at the end of the match.  Without those extra six points, the Gunners’ season would

There are few things left to say about Lionel Messi. The superlatives that have thrown his way in recent weeks, months and years, explains only half the story of the three-time Ballon d'Or winner. There

Prior to Robin van Persie joining Arsenal, Arsene Wenger was handed a stern warning from Feyernoord boss Bert van Marwijk Such were the problems with Van Persie, with constant infighting with the manager and fellow teammates

Sierra Leone’s arts and culture is being showcased in recent times with occasions like the formal opening of  the `Lion Arts Production` gallery as well as the launching of The Lion Arts Dance Band.  These

One of Sierra Leone’s leading musicians, K-One revealed to Sierra Express Media’s Entertainment desk in an exclusive interview, how he came to become a music icon in Sierra Leone’s musical scene and how he also

The main opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) has always downplayed its own members, especially when it concerns their various resolves to pitch tent with opposing political parties which is all people's democratic right. Of course

Former National Provisional Ruling Council (NPRC) Secretary of State South, and one time Minister of Defence, Rtd. Col. Tom N`yuma is reported to have been under serious attack from his Buedu people in the Kailahun

Erudite Attitudinal and Behavioural Change coordinator, Nannette Thomas has emerged as a name for the vacant position of Freetown Mayor.  Her name came in the wake of time when women are clamouring a 30% threshold

Students at Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone, have demanded a mainstay in the university’s dormitories ahead of their first semester exams. Speaking to Sierra Express in an interview, O’Bryan Sesay, student of the Faculty

A gruesome accident claimed the lives of four persons in the eastern Up-gun area of the capital Freetown.  Reports say, it was a case of speeding which involved one Mohamed Bangura of 5 Lower Congress