Alhaji Sheku Tailor-Koita was a prominent Islamic leader in Kono District and Sierra Leone as a whole. He was well known for his undoubted generosity in taking care of the poor (‘miskeen’) and his needy
Sierra Leone’s Youth Ambassador, Anthony Navo Jr has said in Freetown that his utmost priority for youths in this country is education.
Speaking at a one-day symposium organized by the Children United for Attitudinal and Behavioral
The Peoples Movement for Democratic Change (PMDC) will today again appear in the high court of Sierra Leone in relation to the ongoing matter between the leader of the party, Mr. Charles Margai (in photo)
Give a few thoughts to the topic under consideration, and then you would be obviously led to believe one self-explicable truth, the truth that prompted Ernest Bai Koroma to make a clarion call for change
In a bid to improve and develop athletics in the Northern Region of the country, the Northern Region Athletics Association (NRAA) has elected new executive members to man the affairs of the association in the
Re: Illegal adoption of 29 Sierra Leonean children
I want to draw your attention to a letter I wrote to the minister of social welfare, Gender and Children affairs, Dr. Soccoh Kabia, dated 30th November 2009.
Statement by the Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Hom. Alhaji Ibrahim Ben Kargbo (in photo) on the occasion of the 163rd Independence Anniversary of the Republic of Liberia:
Your Excellency, Mr. Brima Ambassador
As memories of the glitz and the glamour of the World Cup in South Africa fade, attention is turning to the next truly global sports-fest: the 2012 London Olympics. (Photo: London 2012 Aquatic Center)
The All People’s Congress (APC) and the Sierra Leone People’s (SLPP) Party, our major political parties in Sierra Leone ought to know that the political landscape of our beloved country is changing fast, and the
Saturday July 24, 2010 was a joyous day for members and friends of the Old Kolenten Secondary School Association (OKSA) of the Metropolitan Area. Droves of the school alma mater converge at the Mirage Hall
On July 19, 2010, shockwave news of a horrible tragedy about a Sierra Leonean couple spread like wild bush fire during a severe Harmattan season, especially among the Sierra Leonean community in the United States.