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The repeal of the death penalty has caused disturbances in the minds of many citizens describing the decision by government as “untimely”.  Many people, who spoke to this medium,

Sierra Leoneans have been suffering from bad governance and injustice for far too long. For sixty years after so-called freedom from the shackles and bondage of colonialism by

The Remand Home at Kingtom, where children charged with juvenile delinquency are kept on probation for correctional purposes, has come under sharp criticism by human rights groups, especially

Seventy initiators into the “Bondo” (Female Genital Mutilation-FGM) secret society called “Soweis” in local parlance in Tonkolili district northern Sierra Leone, have over the weekend handed over their

Observing that some of the causes of the civil war are still evident the Deputy Chairperson of the Human Rights Commission in Sierra Leone (HRCSL), Victor Idrissa Lansana,

Every individual in societies across the world yearns for equal status, opportunities and rights. A nation can only progress and attain higher developmental growth when both men and

Briefing Journalists last Thursday on the remains of late Memunatu Jabbie at the Police Headquarters Conference Room, The Government Consultant Forensic Pathologist, Dr. Simeon Owizz Koroma spoke on

Members of Parliament on Wednesday 19th June, this year removed the controversial State of Emergency on rape. The controversial declaration of President Bio on the 19th February, 2019 was

According to a letter written to the Government of Sierra Leone addressed to the Attorney General and Minister of Justice by the Falana & Falana’s Chambers, the law