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July 2013

The Chief Imam of the Madingo Central Mosque in Freetown, Sheikh Fomba Abubakarr Swarray, last Friday called on mourners, especially the women folk, to emulate the fine example of the late Haja Tigidankay Fadika (Nee

A local non – governmental organization known as Initiative for Changing Lives for Ultimate Disability Empowerment (INCLUDE) has called on the government of Sierra Leone to ensure that the police training school and all teacher’s

The frequent breakdown in transmission of the FM Radio Moa located in Luawa chiefdom in the Kailahun district eastern region, is a major worry to the people as they have expressed concern about the development

My fellow Sierra Leoneans, 2017/18 presidential elections present a very important choice. We can forge a “true” inclusive developmental process where citizens pull together to achieve a common objective to see our country moving towards

Sierra Leone and the People’s Republic of China will on Monday 29th July, clock forty-two years of diplomatic relations, following the signing of a communiqué on the establishment of such relations on July 29th 1971.

One Country, One People - address on the need for unity and stability of the Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) by Alhaji Bai Sebora Summanoh III “Karpen” Or. Mr. Chairman, members of the Diplomatic Corps, members

Today 27th July 2013 is a day of hope and celebrations for you Miss N’gardi Lahai of Sierra Express Media. Observe this wonderful moment today With lots of love and inspiration We wish you God’s richest blessings in

The Managing Editor of the Independent Observer Newspaper, Mr. Jonathan Leigh, yesterday spent a second night at the Maximum Security Prison, Pademba Road, Freetown owing to contemptuous behaviour of his bail conditions. Mr. Jonathan Leigh is

The streets of Moriba and Mogbwemo townships in Southern Sierra Leone will soon be brighter and safer at night, thanks to the Sierra Rutile Foundation which recently approved funding for the installation of solar street

A speech delivered on the occasion for the presentation of Chief Somanoh Karpen III as Concensus Candidate for the post of National Chairman/Leader SLPP Mr. Chairman, The National Deputy Chairman, Chief Somanoh Karpen III, Colleague

Residents of Mount Zion, Kola Tree, in the east end of Freetown have been expressing the need for the Minister of Trade and Industry, Alhaji Usu Boie Kamara (in photo) to join them in the

Leading telecommunications company, Airtel yesterday launched the Cash Express/SMS Trivia promotion at their headquarter office at Hill Station in Freetown. Describing the promotion as a highly encouraging package, Head of Corporate Affairs, Madam June Rose Johnson,

The Sierra Leone Labor Congress [SLLC] has ended a two day training workshop for the leadership of informal economy unions to develop a business plan. The forum which was held at the National Stadium Hostel in

The Chief Executive Director of Art Resourceful Tourism Sierra Leone (ARTSL), Mr. Sheka B.A. Manasaray Jr. (in photo) has said they have met all the conditions to gain charity status in the United Kingdom in

Motor Bike riders hurled stones and other missiles at a bus belonging to the Sierra Leone Road Transport Corporation living the windshield and other side glasses smashed and passengers injured. The Masiaka Police Division have charge