Voters in several parts of the country have acclaimed President Ernest Bai Koroma’s elder sister, Madam Florence M. Koroma (in photo), a retired teacher from the United States of America for contributing to voter education.
The Secretary General of the Saudi based Organisation of Islamic Cooperation has joined other International organisations to express his satisfaction with the overall conduct of the just concluded elections in Sierra Leone.
In a press statement
Following is a joint statement issued November 20, 2012 by the Embassy of the United States of America and the British High Commission in Sierra Leone.
The United States and the United Kingdom congratulate Sierra Leone
Monday 19th November 2012: The Attitudinal and Behavioral Change (ABC) Secretariat, is pleased to announce its satisfaction over the successful conduct of the Saturday 17th November, 2012, presidential, parliamentary and local council elections.
The ABC Secretariat
Addis Ababa – 19 November 2012 – Commemoration of Africa’s Road Safety Day was jointly organized by the Department of Infrastructure and Energy of the African Union Commission (AUC); the United Nations Economic Commission for
PEACEFUL AND WELL-CONDUCTED ELECTIONS REPRESENT AN IMPORTANT STEP TOWARDS CONSOLIDATION OF DEMOCRACY, DESPITE UNEQUAL PLAYING FIELD
The 17 November presidential, parliamentary and local council elections have so far been generally well-conducted, in a peaceful environment, with
Freetown, 19th November, 2012: The attention of the All Peoples Congress Party has been drawn to a so-called ‘‘Holding Statement’’ on the conduct of the just concluded elections in Sierra Leone.
The SLPP’s vicious cycle of
NAIROBI, Kenya, November 19, 2012/ -- Bharti Airtel (“Airtel”) (http://www.airtel.com), a leading telecommunications services provider with operations in 20 countries across Asia and Africa, today said that it has undertaken an end-to-end network transformation program
The Minister of Information and Communications, Hon. Ibrahim Ben Kargbo (in photo), yesterday spoke to the Sierra Leone Government International Media Unit in New York, USA during which he refuted allegations being made by the
Common Cause (SL) Inc., deployed well over five hundred (500) electoral observers throughout Sierra Leone to observe and assess the election process that culminated in the actual voting and casting of ballots for the presidential,
Seven in ten women in sub-Saharan Africa have no access to a safe toilet, threatening their health and exposing them to shame, fear and even violence.
This means that on World Toilet Day, 19 November, 297
At last, the long awaited day is upon us. With a reported 1,000 local observers and contingents of Election Observers from the EU, ECOWAS, the African Union, The Commonwealth and the Carter Centre, it is