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COVID-19 fight is not a political party or Tribal, but a National fight

COVID-19 fight is not a political party or Tribal, but a National fight

-Says Hon. Yumkella  May 8 2020 By Hassan Gbassay  Koroma Honorable Kandeh Kolleh Yumkella has called on President Julius Maada Bio, ex-President Ernest Bai Koroma and other…

UN urges gov’t to probe attempted prison break

May 6, 2020 By Hassan Gbassay Koroma While he expresses serious concern over the attempted prison break, that occurred at the Central Maximum Security prison on 29th…

Salone receives 2nd batch of medical supplies from Chinese Jack Ma

Salone receives 2nd batch of medical supplies from Chinese Jack Ma

May 6, 2020 On April 30,2020, Ambassador Hu Zhangliang witnessed the arrival of the 2nd batch of donation made by Jack Ma Foundation and Alibaba Foundation together…

S/Leone loses over Le15.9 trillion to corruption in three years

-Report May 6, 2020 A joint survey conducted by Centre for Accountability and Rule of Law (CARL), Public Finance Management Consortium, the United Kingdom’s Department for International…

APC, SLPP argue over attempted prison break

APC, SLPP argue over attempted prison break

May 6, 2020 The two grand old political parties-the ruling Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) and the main opposition All People’s Congress (APC)- have again engaged in…

As West Africa countries remain divided on ECO citizens await Sierra Leone position

As West Africa countries remain divided on ECO citizens await Sierra Leone position

January 20, 2020 Sierra Leoneans are patiently waiting on the government to issue out a position on the new single currency as West Africa countries have remained…

Court orders APC Lawyer to pay Le4m cost

January 20, 2020 By Regina Pratt Justice Komba Kamanda has ordered Lawyer Wara Serry-Kamal, defence council for the main opposition All Peoples Congress to pay four million…

“Pregnant women, girls should have access to education”

“Pregnant women, girls should have access to education”

-World Bank Senior Country Economist October 23, 2019 By Hassan Gbassay Koroma Senior Country Economist at World Bank Sierra Leone, Kemoh Mansaray  has stated that they are…

NAO briefs journalists on €376m EU funded projects

NAO briefs journalists on €376m EU funded projects

May 13, 2019 By Patrick Jaiah Kamara The Director of the National Authorizing Office (NAO), Amy Myers, has last Friday explained to journalists at their Tower Hill…

Susan’s Bay chief laments government neglect

June 27, 2016 By Regina Pratt Chief Alhaji Alimamy Kamara of Susans Bay has told Concord Times about grim conditions in the slum area, which according to…

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