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December 2012

Hear this, some come into politics to get fame, others to be rich and some to perform a national service.  Some are born with politics in them; others get into it and in the process,

The Department of Aquaculture and Fisheries Management School of Forestry and Horticulture Njala University in collaboration with West and African Council for Agriculture Research and Development (CORAF/WECARD) held a one day stakeholders’ workshop on “Sustainable

It is an open secret that the Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Minkailu Bah (in photo) is one of the most criticized ministers of President Koroma’s first government. His regime has been described by

My observation is that Sierra Leone is now enjoying a booming begging  industry; beggars have mushroomed, they have become iniquitous, they are here, there and everywhere; on the streets and even the high offices. Many Sierra

A cross section of educational authorities have made a clarion call on His Excellency the President Ernest Bai Koroma to replace the Education Minister, Dr Minkailu Bah (in photo) Giving reasons for their clarion call during

Void Votes Form New Party - Sierra Leone is indeed a country of political wonders. This is the first country where void votes defeat political parties in elections. Yes, professor parrot has calculated the results

One of the oldest military barracks of the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Force (RSLAF), the Juba barrack situated in the western part of Freetown recently got a facelift through the initiative of its Commanding

Presiding magistrate of the Freetown Court No 2 His Lordship Komba Kamanda has said that his court does not treat the matter of violence lightly. The Magistrate made this pronouncement while handing down a ruling in

The Commissioner General of the National Revenue Authority (NRA), Haja Kalla Kamara (in photo) has reacted vehemently to recent press bashing that the Balamuya Boarder Customs post has fallen short of the much expected revenue

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Days Saints partnered with youths of Constituency 101 past weekend to clean and give a facelift to their Grassfield Community. In an interview with Acting Chairman for constituency

Two of President Koroma’s appointed Ministers, Dr Kaifala Marah of Finance and Dr Samura Kamara (in photo) of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation yesterday appeared before the Public Service Committee on appointment. The committee reportedly rejected

We have been observing that in Sierra Leone unusual things are usual and vice versa. One thing that is unusual but has become usual is street trading. Street trading has been a thorn in the flesh

In Sierra Leone, the Christmas season has always witnessed a dramatic increase in the rate of robbery. Rampaging robbers step up their criminal activities Christmas merry. Pick pocketing, snatching of mobile phones and various other forms

More Okadas, more amputees - Compatriots, you know professor parrot to be very talkative and inquisitive bird that spends much time on investigating sensitive matters. The great professor recently visited the Emergency Hospital where he beheld

Patriotic Sierra Leoneans in Maryland, USA, have formed an organization to support Ahmadiyya schools in Sierra Leone. The organization is called Zintabah USA and was founded three months ago by an international business magnate, Kalilu