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January 2013

It often takes time for people and entities to be loved or hated, respected or despised. For me I happen to be someone who is not easily led to love or hate the next person,

Sierra Leone’s commitment to her socio-economic and political development has continued to be taken in the right direction in the last six years of state governance, by President Ernest Bai Koroma.  (Photo: John Pa Baimba

The Executive Director of the Attitudinal and Behavioural Change (ABC) Secretariat has disclosed that no government will effectively function and succeed without the support of the opposition.  (Photo: Dr. Ivan Agibola Thomas lecturing on the

The Sierra Leone Police (SLP) has again displayed a high level of unprofessionalism by harassing a seasoned journalist, Ibrahim Samura.  The incident occurred past Wednesday a Sierra Leone Broadcasting Corporation (SLBC), New England Ville, Freetown.

The Board and Management of the Road Maintenance Fund Administration (RMFA)  held a one-day workshop with local councils to discuss and agree on the rural feeder roads maintenance programme and how Councils can solicit funds

The body that has the constitution mandate to regulate service providers (telecommunication houses), National Telecommunications Commission (NATCOM) Sierra Leone, over the weekend held a consultative meeting with mobile phone companies, members of the Forth Estate,

Washington, DC – The IWMF is gravely concerned about freedom of the press in Ethiopia upon learning the cassation court's decision to uphold Reeyot Alemu's conviction and prison sentence in Addis Ababa today. Ethiopia has become one

Gbabai is the former headquarter town of Koya Chiefdom, in the Western Rural District of Sierra Leone.  It goes without saying that this town is great as it is the natal home of many prominent

It is no secret that the HIV/AIDS pandemic has been adversely affecting citizens, especially children, many of whom have been orphaned and rendered vulnerable. These Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) are in large numbers in Sierra

Tax evasion has been one of the major problems undermining the National Revenue Authority, (NRA’s) efforts in generating much-needed revenue for Sierra Leone. Many unpatriotic and criminally minded commercial institutions have been in the indecent habit

The head of a gang of thieves that has been terrorizing the Allen Town Community is now in the police net. The Officer commanding the Allen Town police ASP Beatrice Conteh, in a recent interview told

Launching an operation is good but sustaining it is better. We have witnessed several operations in this country, some successful but some an excellent failure. The Operation Barass which eradicated the notorious West Side Boys was,

As a way of complementing President Ernest Bai Koroma’s Agenda for Prosperity, patriotic youths of Constituency 105 in the Mountain Cut Area, Freetown, have embarked on a self-help project. Youths in this area are busy rehabilitating

delivered by the new Bo District Council Chairman, Joseph Munda Bindi 1st January, 2013 (reproduced verbatim) My dear people of Bo District, it is but proper that at the dawn of this brand New Year, we

His Excellency the President of Sierra Leone, Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma has declared war on lawlessness.  Fine idea!  But the question that remains is whether we are prepared and qualified to fight lawlessness. Are we lawful