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November 2012

I am still congratulating my Sierra Leonean people for conducting themselves peacefully during the recent campaign and voting periods, especially the youth who are normally used by unpatriotic and violence-oriented politicians who always want power

The people of Sierra Leone have displayed their ability to undertake elections democratically and have therefore once again relayed a positive message to the world.  Foreign observers from credible organizations like the European Union (EU)

Thank goodness the Idiot was present.  Some people thought I was gone but I’m right here to monitor and add my voice to whatever is going on in this peaceful and credible democratic process of

“A free press can, of course, be good or bad, but, most certainly without freedom, the press will never be but bad (A. Camus). With the recently concluded election in our country, the role of

Pursuant to its constitutional and statutory mandates, the Political Parties Registration Commission (PPRC) made a preliminary statement to a battery of journalists at their HQ office, State Avenue, Freetown, over their satisfaction of stakeholders’ participation

The Commonwealth Observer Group in Sierra Leone has heaped praise on citizens over their democratic values of conducting one of the most peaceful elections in the African sub-region. This statement was ushered in at a press

Addis Ababa, November 19, 2012 -The African Union Commission (AUC) is hosting the Third Pan-African Forum on Children. The two day Forum which opened on the 19th of November, 2012 under the theme: "The Responsibility

Eight million rural people to get support to reduce climate risks Rome, 20 November 2012 – The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the United Kingdom (UK) signed a £147,500,000 letter of commitment today, which earmarks

The role of the Sierra Leone Police (SLP) in providing security on polling day November 17th  2012 elections has been lauded as no tension was mounted at the polling centres other than a few isolated

Network Movement for Youth and Children’s Welfare Sierra Leone (NMYCW-SL) has concluded nineteen days activism on issues affecting young people and children in the country. The 19 days activism campaign was launched on November 1st 2012

“Peace is in our hands,” this was the principal and paramount message of the Sierra Leonean Women's Situation Room in a press briefing held at the Bintumani Hotel Conference Room Aberdeen, Freetown. Lending her voice to

For far too long the citizenry had been looking forward to the November 17th polls. These elections many believed would be a classical test case to the strength of our democracy. Considering the significance of

Hip hop giants Cathouse and the Red Flag Movement has offered SaloneJamboree an exclusive preview to their much anticipated hip hop collaboration song featuring LAJ aka D Pa and Philadelphia native Barry Adrian Reese aka Cassidy.  (Photo: Boss La

In this era of technological advancement; when even someone in a remote village can transmit data in real time at the tip of his/her finger, it is very bewildering to see that vote counting and

Moisa S. Keikura, former Personal Assistant to the late Hon. Minister of Labor and Social Security, Mr. Hindolo Tyre has a wide range of experience working in various Departments in the Ministry.  Investigations conducted by