Your trusted place for Sierra Leone and global news
Home2011May (Page 2)

May 2011

I have to admit that my distinguished nephew is at last making some progress and in the right direction.  Firstly he appears to acknowledge that the buck stops right at his desk, or is it

“The Bridge on the River Kwai”, is one of my favorite movies of all times.  Not because of its Academy Award winning beautiful pictures – that is part of the calculus of course – but

It was indeed a fitting climax to a memorable 50th Anniversary celebration and the glory to steal the show fell on the man President Ernest Bai Koroma sent to the United States to be what

Since the beginning of the Internet wherein the introduction of e-mail communication became very effective, journalists became so impressed and jubilant in transforming their news medium on line for their readers’ free consumption. But overall, this type of communication

Surveys conducted by this paper to sample the views of citizens on the announcement made by President Ernest Bai Koroma on the night of Friday, May 27 this year instructing a reduction in fuel price

The Liaison officer of Joule African Investment, Patrick Olu Beckley, has told sections of the press that his company and the Government of Sierra Leone have signed a memorandum of understanding in the enhancement of

Accolade must be given the late President Joseph Saidu Momoh for straight forwardly telling Sierra Leoneans that he failed his exams as he navigated the ship of state. At as the late man’s confessions of his

“…and also educate all of us on the misinterpretation of some sections of the Act (IMC).” “I would like to draw your attention to section 4 (1&2) which deals with the composition of Commissioners, and which

In his capacity as Officer-in Charge, Head of Field Office (HOFO) Sierra Leonean born Osman Benk Sankoh was last Friday given what he considers the highest honor and privilege of his life when he read

Sierra Leone born author Winston Forde (in photo) recently announced the publication of his 7th book, “From Aden to Bliss.” From Aden to Bliss shares a love story expressed between two lovers, through their letters

Yes sir, people say you’ve copyrighted the creative work of the founder of ‘Journalists Meet’ online. Class, don’t mind him, he is getting over excited over the things he sees Sierra Express Media inject into the

"Blood is thicker than water" is a German proverb (originally: Blut ist dicker als Wasser.), which is also common in English speaking countries.  It generally means that the bonds of family and common ancestry are stronger than those bonds

Sierra Leone who lost to the Mena’s of Niger 3-1 in March is looking to turn around that shocking defeat that left them struggling to pick a qualifying spot.  (Photo: Coach Mattsson, and Mustapha Bangura

Veteran Bo Rangers FC and Wellington People FC striker Kwame Yankson last Saturday 28th May, 2011 led the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) football team to the semi-finals of the inter-Ministerial football Tournament at

Sierra Leone’s President Ernest Bai Koroma arrived in the Federal Republic of Nigeria Saturday May 28th, with a five man delegation not only to witness the inauguration of President elect Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, but also