Sierra Leone’s Vice President, Ambassador Victor Bockarie Foh, Sunday, 10th May ended a three day long visit to the Tonko Limba Chiefdom,in Madina, Head Quarter Town of the chiefdom,in the Kambia District, where he succeeded to
Freetown, May 13, 015 (MOHS) -“Corruption is bigger than not only misappropriation of government funds”- David Banya Permanent Secretary Ministry of Health and Sanitation. (Photo: Mr. David Banya Permanent Secretary Ministry of Health and Sanitation)
Parliament on Tuesday the 12th of May 2015 approved 7 presidential nominees to various public institutions in the country. (Photo: Approved Nominees before the House of Parliament )
The approved nominees are
Hon. Dr.Raymond Saidu Kamara, as
The Government of Sierra Leone Spokesperson, Mr. Abdulai Bayraytay will be very busy in the coming weeks meeting with his compatriots in the United States of America and Canada. (Photo: All People's Congress (APC/New York
Kambia, May 12 (SLENA) - Vice President of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Victor Bockarie Foh over the weekend visited Thonko Limba Chiedom to strengthening the Social Mobilization drive earlier initiated by His Excellency, Dr.
Chairman Kambia District Ebola Survivors, Andrew Sesay has showered praise on Sierra Leone Social Aid Volunteers, a locally owned Non Governmental Organization, for their support to Ebola survivors, Ebola orphans and to quarantined homes across
Young people have taken the lead in disseminating safe clinic messages to market women in Matru Jong, Bonthe District, with the aim of building trust in the health system. (Photo: Market day in Matru Jong,
The Sierra Leone Road Safety Authority (SLRSA) has in a public lecture urged students to observe ‘Road Safety’ for better understanding and use of the roads.
The public lecture was organized on Friday 8th May, 2015
The Conference room on the third floor could barely hold the two dozen, mostly Caribbean media representatives who converged at the luxurious Kimberly Hotel to cover GraceKennedy and Western Union for the third annual Caribbean
The transatlantic slave trade and colonialism led to the scattering of people of African descent throughout the world. They continue to be marginalized and discriminated against to this day. In an exclusive interview, the United