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July 2015

The District Traffic Officer (DTO) of the Eastern Police Divisional Headquarters, Assistant Superintendent of police, ASP, Saidu Mike Kargbo, has disclosed to this medium that his operational team has currently waged an all out war

As part of their contributions towards empowering the poor, the African Muslim Agency  on July 5th, 2015, donated 300 bags of rice, sugar, beans, and cooking oil to residents of Kissy Town and Paw Paw

The President’s Prayer Our father who art in the highest house, praised be thy name. Thy many development projects be done in Bo, Bonthe, Moyamba, Pujehun, Kenema, Kailahun, Kono as they are done in Bombali, Tonkolili,

Together with a 45-man high-level delegation, among them 30 big investors from the Netherlands, the Dutch Minister of Trade and Foreign Cooperation, Mrs. Lilian Plounen, on Tuesday, July 7th, paid a historic visit to the

It is an open secret that, over the years, the Government of Sierra Leone has not been treating with deserved seriousness, especially primary education, as manifested by the persistent irregular payment of subsidies to primary

The arrival of hundred brand-new government buses to Sierra Leone is very timely; the buses have come at a time when the people are undergoing serious transport constraints, especially in the capital city, Freetown where

Port Loko, July 7 (SLENA) - Parliament for Constituency 052 in the Port Loko district, Hon. Ibrahim Bundu who is also the Leader of the Majority Party in Parliament, has said they were ready to

The Ministry of Health and Sanitation (MOHS), fourth Floor, Youyi Building with District Health Management Teams Nationwide, District Councils, Medical Superintendents in hospitals and other health development partners in Sierra Leone are now guided by

Freetown, July 7 (SLENA) - As part of its commemoration of 2015 as the African Union Year of Women, Women’s Forum Sierra Leone (WE-SL) in collaboration with the Ministry of Social Welfare, Gender and Children’s

Sierra Leone’s Chief of Defense Staff,  Samuel Omar Williams, has made history as being the first soldier in the country to be promoted to the rank of Lieutenant General. LTG Williams was decorated by President Ernest

A dying victim of Freetown City Council Metropolitan Police brutality, Abdul Sillah, who has been in a critical medical condition after being manhandled in 2013, is reported to have started attracting pity only now from

Main opposition Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) has been going in the opposite direction of what its motto, “One Country, One People” symbolizes, unity. Instead of maintaining the unity for which its motto stands, the

Alie Bangura and his petition team are closing the stable door after the horse has bolted, meaning they are taking precautions too late. It would have been wiser for them to do everything possible to

Not too long ago, two top officials of the giant Socfin Agricultural Company (SAC) in Sahn Malen, Pujehun District, came under gun attack leaving one of them wounded. Those suspected of being behind the attack

In collaboration with the Ministry of Social Welfare, Gender and Children’s Affairs and the United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA), the Advocacy Movement Network (AMNET) has succeeded in banning child marriage and child initiation