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October 2018

Sierra Leone’s Ambassador to the United Nations, Dr. Lansana Gberie, has presented his credentials as the country’s Permanent Representative to the UN Director General, Mr. Michael Moller. The ceremony, which is a protocol requirement, was

Sierra Leoneans can no longer afford to airbrush the spate of violence from our national consciousness. It is more than 6 months into President Maada Bios reign, but the afterbirth of the last general elections

The Parliament of Sierra Leone has on Thursday, 11th October 2018 approved another three Presidential Nominees. The ceremony which attracted the attention of the general public was held in the well of Parliament. Addressing Parliamentarians, Leader of

Speaking on behalf of the Country Director, Plan International, Madam Marian Murray reaffirmed her organizations unflinching commitment to cordial and valuable partnerships with all relevant Ministries and Agencies to ensure that girls and young women

The Mayor of Kenema City Council, His Lordship successful businessman Thomas Bandabla Baio has in a telephone interview confirmed to Orrank that the felt needs of his people is the old age clock tower to

In a letter dated Friday, 5th October, 2018, the Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) Government, through the Ministry of Transport and Aviation, terminated the contract for the construction of the Mamamah Airport which was signed

Africa Young Voices (AYV), in collaboration with Zed Zee production and proudly sponsored by Africell, unveiled the aforementioned as the star prize of the Big Sister Sierra Leone. Madam Stella Bangura chaired that well attended

The Chairman for Public Account Committee (PAC) in the Sierra Leone House of Parliament, Hon. Sengepoh S. Thomas (in photo) who is also the Deputy Speaker of Parliament has stated that “Parliamentary oversight function is

Sierra Pharma Tech, an agro based Research Company operating in the Falaba District, on Tuesday 9th October 2018, offered scholarship to 15 university students totaling Le37 million, all being indigenes of Falaba District. Present at

“Moses law”-“You do me, a do you” Many of us grew up citing “Moses law” as the generally accepted law of revenge. How despicable this was, when you could justify slapping your class mate harder if

It is well known that Sierra Leone as a nation produces very little and almost every single piece of the daily necessities of living and livelihood in our country is imported. This piece is not about your

Ishmael Amara Kamara is currently on the run from Sierra Leone in order to save his life from his father’s threats, who is well determined to kill him. Our investigations reveal that Ishmael Amara Kamara’s troubles

As Sierra Leone joined other countries in commemorating the World Mental Health Day in October, 10 2018, it is becoming evident that, drugs and substance abuse play a crucial role in the incidence and prevalence

President Bio Consoles and Mourns with Families of Military Officers and Others Killed in a Road Accidents in Freetown State House, Freetown, Tuesday 9 October 2018 - His Excellency President Julius Maada Bio has joined families

Since 2012, 11 October has been marked as the International Day of the Girl, a day designated to draw global attention to the challenges that girls face and the importance of promoting their empowerment. On