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Today marks 21 days since the arrest and detention of Dr. Sylvia Olayinka Blyden without any charges being preferred to the courts against her person.  The Constitution of

The Citizens Advocacy Network (CAN), a civil society organization regarded as one of the few voices of the people has raised concerns over the continuous detention of a female journalist and

Two foreign national deportees, Saren Idaho, a Dominican, and Prince Arkman Latoya from The Bahamas, in the Caribbean, have complained that the Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL) has

Sierra Leone’s main opposition, All peoples Congress (APC) has stated in a press release dated Friday 14th February, 2020 that it did not trust the Judiciary of Sierra Leone to dispense

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

Responding to media interviews in Freetown on how to strengthen peace and unity among Sierra Leoneans devoid of regional origin or tribe, the Secretary General for the All

Assistant Inspector General (AIG), T M Lahai has been under serious public criticism for commanding some junior police officers to beat opposition supporters belonging to the All People’s