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January 2018

The run up to the March 7, 2018 elections promises electrifying political theatre! Truth be told, if Sierra Leone has ever shown signs that her post-independence duopoly (APC-SLPP) can be dislodged from power, this is

January 10, 2018 Mr. Mohamed N’fa-Ali Conteh Chairman National Electoral Commission Tower Hill Freetown Dear Mr. Conteh The Role of the Party Agents in Voter Identification The SLPP would like to re-affirm its position that to ensure free, fair and transparent elections, it

January 10, 2018 Mr. Mohamed N’fa-Ali Conteh Chairman National Electoral Commission Tower Hill Freetown Dear Mr. Conteh The Role of the Sierra Leone Police (SLP) on Polling Day Over the last 12 months, the Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) has repeatedly raised with

Former SLAJ President, MP and Editor in Chief of Unity Now newspaper, Hon. Frank Kposowa was crushed to death in a gruesome road accident at Mile 91 this afternoon. Eyewitness accounts say the Government bus trying to

One of the newly created political parties in Sierra Leone and now one of the strongest contenders in the forthcoming March 7th, 2018 election, the National Grand Coalition (NGC), has in a press release dated

The Operations Officer (Opps), Superintendent Osman Kamara attached to the Eastern Police Station has told Journalists that seventeen clique boys were arrested on Boxing Day with Tramadol, Cannabis Sativa and some offensive weapons. (Photo: Superintendent

Chairman and Chief Returning Officer of the National Electoral Commission (NEC), N’fa Alie Conteh has in an exclusive interview with this press reaffirmed the NEC’s commitment to conducting the March 7, 2018 elections professionally and

The substantive Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MFAIC) Dr. Kefala Marah has praised his predecessor Dr. Samura M.W Kamara (in photo) for his efforts at transforming the MFAIC which led to the ministry

FREETOWN, 10TH January 2017: Pursuant to the provisions in Section 54(2) of the Constitution of Sierra Leone 1991 (Act No. 6 of 1991) and Clause 6(d) of the Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) 1995 (as

Social Welfare Minister Urged all to Embrace Peace The Minister of Social Welfare, Gender and Children’s Affairs, Madam Isata Kabia has urged all Sierra Leoneans to embrace peace, coexistence and development as they commemorate January 6th,

Pursuant to its mandate as provided in the Constitution of Sierra Leone Act No. 6 of 1991 and the Political Parties Act No. 3 of 2002, the Political Parties Registration Commission (PPRC) on Monday 8th

The Contribution of the Bullom to the emergence of Krio Society in Sierra Leone The most researched area of the history of contemporary Sierra Leone is that of the founding of the Colony of Sierra Leone

The people of Constituency 120 comprising of parts of Central Kissy, Cassell Farm, Up Wata, Television Pole, Kissy Mental, Moeba, parts of Kissy Brook and Colbot have said they do not want Mr. Abu Bakarr

The dilemma of the down trodden people In all sincerity, our tiny West African state of Sierra Leone is naturally endowed with probably the greatest resources nature can provide-mineral wealth in the form of gold,

A Non-Governmental Organization, Community Action for the Welfare of Children (CAWeC) has commemorated its 10th year Anniversary with series of activities at the Kambia Resource Centre in Kambia district. In his statement during the celebration, the