DAKAR, Sénégal, December 12, 2011/ -- Millions of people in West Africa could be protected from a serious food crisis if preparations are scaled up across West Africa, Oxfam (http://www.oxfam.org) said today. With early indicators pointing to a
She gave me my primal breath and key to life
And anointed me in dainty alabaster ointment,
Ancestral fibrous roots fused nature in nurture.
I quest for that refreshing Atlantic sea breeze,
As the unadulterated Olorshoro river runs deep
DURBAN, South-Africa, December 11, 2011/African Press Organization (APO)/ -- On the closing of the latest round of UN climate talks in Durban Greenpeace today declared that it was clear that our Governments this past two weeks listened to
The 2011 Nobel Peace Prize has been presented to three women at a ceremony in the Norwegian capital,Oslo. (Photo: The three women share an award worth $1.5m )
This year's award was won jointly by Ellen
Battle linking Ministers, Councilors, and certainly Parliamentarians of the governing APC part - for running mate - gives the impression of a snub to all and Vice President Sam Sumana is President Koroma’s choice come
The sum of Le 880 million offered Sierra Leone government for the construction of a contemporary market for traders in Freetown is reportedly missing; and two officials- the Minister of Works and the Mayor of
Centre for the Coordination of Children In Need (CCCN) has generously distributed school bags, books, pen/pencils and other school materials to 175 pupils of the Rural Education Committee Primary School in York Village.
While making the
A non-governmental and Philanthropic organization called the ‘Sierra Leone Arc of Hope’ December 13th will engage President Koroma who is to ‘turn sod’ for the commencement of the construction of an ultra-model children’s hospital in
As part of activities marking the commemoration of this year’s International Anti-Corruption Day, the Northern Regional Office of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has organised a two day football gala among four secondary schools in Makeni.
Some sections of the media have hinted the planned protest of the citizenry over the difficulty they encounter in moving from one destination to another, mainly in the capital, Freetown due to acute transport shortage
Sequel to the spate of violence bemoaning cosmopolitan settings in Sierra Leone, the Executive Director of the Foundation for Democratic Initiative and Development (FDID), Hindowa .E. Saidu, has informed all that his organization perceives ‘drug