Justice Sam Margai of the Freetown High Court has commenced sitting on the matter between the State vs three roving armed robbers, Mohamed Aruna, Edmond Kanu and Mohamed Lamin Kamara.
The roving robbers armed with 0zzy
The attention of the Kandeh Kolleh Yumkella Movement (KKYM) has been drawn to a letter written by the SLPP National Treasurer, Ms. Martha Kanagbo providing clarification to Mr. Ibrahim Kormoh, the Financial Secretary of the
Sierra Leone’s borders are as porous as a basket; the country has over fifty crossing points along her border with Guinea and many others on her border with Liberia. Such porous borders are definitely a
The National Coordinator of the Sierra Leone Civil Right Coalition, Alfonso Manley, is calling on the government to carry out a nation-wide sensitization and awareness raising on the details of the Ebola recovery package.
There has been a long standing good diplomatic relationship between the Republic of Sierra Leone and the Republic of Guinea but recent events in the border town of Yenga bear the potential to destroy that
Magistrate Siray Wurie of the Freetown Magistrate Court no.6 refused to grant bail to a self-confessed robber, Alie Bangura, who was caught on Friday, July 17th, 2015, stealing from the Laty Hyde female hostel in
Father Being Founder is No Registration Card
The former UN Diplomat, Dr. Kandeh Yumkella, will definitely be shocked to hear SLPP asking to get a clarification regarding his legitimate membership of the party of which his
Freetown, Jul. 24, 015 (MOHS) - President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma has said that the resilient strides of the health workers contributed immensely in getting the country into zero Ebola cases. (Photo: President Dr. Ernest
No human being was born with sling of marijuana, a big bottle of concentrated or a stick of cigarette; society makes him or her drug addict. Drug addicts now constitute a considerable percentage of the
The Minister of Internal affairs, Joseph Bandabla Dauda, has assured Sierra Leoneans in Yenga that the second step to take the border zone from the grip of neighboring Guinea is to engage the Guinean government
The clattering sounds of the Anti-Corruption Commission are yet to be heard by the citizens of this country, given the colossal sum of showered on them by way of salary to keep them “above corruption.”
In George Orwell’s legendary political satire, Animal Farm, the animals revolt against their master, Mr. Jones who they accuse of maltreating them and corruptly lavishing the resources of the farm. The revolting animals chase away