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October 2014

Jesus Christ once asked a thrilling question to his followers; “Are you for or against me?” This he did, when he noticed the nature of double standards among his very own. He warned them against

President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma on Monday 13th October assured the Emergency Hospital delegation of his continued commitment in the fight against the deadly Ebola virus. This commitment came in when the officials of the

Guinea’s Ambassador in Brussels and Chairman of the ACP Group of States, Dr Ousmane Sylla has requested the Luxembourg government to direct aid for Ebola to the central governments of the affected countries Appreciating the contributions

EBOLA EID-PRAYER GIFT DISTRIBUTION OF A CONSIGNMENT OF RICE TO EPICENTERS AND QUARANTINED COMMUNITIES WORTH $ 10,000 USD  (Photo: Sheikh M.A. Zaki Kallon handing over the gift to H.E. President Ernest Bai Koroma) Wednesday First October

The Ghanaian High Commissioner to Sierra Leone, Major General (Rtd) Modey, on Tuesday 14 October 2014 paid a courtesy call on the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) of the RSLAF in his office at the

In September, 2014, some of the Koinadugu Descendants living in the United States of America came together in Maryland to discuss how they could help support the Ebola prevention efforts of the Ebola Taskforce in

Over the last few days, the world has finally woken up to the realities of the Ebola virus disease (EVD), acknowledging that it poses as great a risk to humanity as HIV/Aids and at long

Sierra Leone’s biggest mobile phone communication service provider, Africell Limited is currently going beyond corporate social responsibility and has taken the lead in complimenting the government’s effort to kick Ebola viral disease out of the

As the fight against Ebola takes center stage in international media circles, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the International Rescue Committee, (IRC) Hon. David Wright Miliband on Thursday 9th October paid a courtesy call

"Ebola must go, Ebola must go"; What do we need? More help; When do we need it? Now. Sierra Leoneans in London chanted as they take to the streets of London this morning in a

The increasing social and political disparities in our country Sierra Leone is continuing to grow even at the time of a disaster like the Ebola Epidemic. After ten years of civil war, it seems as

There are two different types of Ebola diseases that currently killing our 11 years post war traumatised and depressed fellow Sierra Leoneans in the country. Therefore, if more serious measures are not put in place

Could it be the next global reserve currency? In March this year Zimbabwe joined a growing list of countries in Africa and the world using the Chinese currency, yuan, also known as remnibi (RMB), as one

Last week the UN Security Council declared the current Ebola outbreak in West Africa "a threat to international peace and security". As the world body met to discuss the most deadly outbreak of the haemorrhagic

Despite two ceasefires, thousands of lives lost and over a million and a half civilians displaced, fighting continues in South Sudan, pitting government troops against opposition forces. The latest ceasefire – the second since violence