The Sierra Leone BBC Correspondent, Umaru Fofana (in photo) has exposed the Emergency Operation Centre (EOC) through a leaked memo.
According to the BBC
broadcaster, so much so that the
While Sierra Leoneans were waiting to jubilate ahead of last week’s World Health Organization’s ( WHO) declaration of the country being Ebola-transmission free, a certain British man was
The Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ), now has a brand-new president, Kelvin Lewis. He was elected overwhelmingly on Saturday, April 13th at the Miatta Conference Hall, Yuoyi
President of Sierra Leone Association of Journalists, (SLAJ), Alhaji Umaru Fofana yesterday admonished journalists to take caution with the media code of practice as the rend of reckless
Freetown: The Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ), in collaboration with the United Nations cultural organisation (UNESCO) will be organising week long events in observance of World Press
Freetown – Two plain-clothed policemen attached to the Presidential Guards at State House on Saturday 3 September 2011 severely beat up four journalists leaving one of them in
Freetown – A post-mortem carried out today on journalist Ibrahim Foday shows clearly that he died of stab wounds.
Chief Pathologist Dr Owis Koroma, who carried out the autopsy
Freetown – The Sierra Leone Association of Journalists today observed World Press Freedom Day with scores of journalists peacefully processing through the main streets of Freetown with placards
Fellow journalists and members of the public, as we mark World Press Freedom Day today the 3rd of May 2011, let us spare a thought for two of