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LAC & CO murder trial: A Postscript

September 15, 2016 By Patrick Jaiah Kamara The death of popular Disc Jockey Henry David Sydney Buckle, a.k.a. DJ Clef, ignited a huge public debate in Freetown…

The Stench Of Injustice 2: The case of Professor Ibrahim Abdullah

September 14, 2016 By: Raymond Dele Awoonor-Gordon (awogordon@yahoo.co.uk)  At the root of governance failure and political dysfunction of Sierra Leone today is the persistent deviation from truth and…

Third West Africa Executive Course on Human Rights and Drug Policy ends

September 9, 2016 By Saa Matthias D. BENDU West Africa looks forward with optimism; civil wars have receded, democracy has gained ground and economies are growing. But…

Developing a modern university in a constantly changing environment

August 26, 2016 By Sulayman Koroma Historically, universities in Sierra Leone have enjoyed a steady advancement in educational growth since 1964. The strategic flexibility of some universities…

Book Review

Behind the lenses of Chernoh’s Ebola Outbreak in West Africa August 24, 2016 By Osman Benk Sankoh Chernoh Alpha M. Bah (Socialist Bah cum opposition politician and…

Our Moral Corruption Is Worse Than Financial Corruption.

August 23, 2016 By: Raymond Dele Awoonor-Gordon (awogordon@yahoo.co.uk) You know something, while the chatter all across the country on shop floors, in markets, within business circles, and…

Weeks in USA but in Rio  

August 18, 2016 By: Sahr Morris Jr. in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil I just don’t quite remember since we departed  Freetown for Rio on August 3 how…

OUR CITY CEMETERIES – A PHENOMENAL NEGLECT, OR LAWLESSNESS?

“THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX!!” August 12, 2016 By: Winstanley R. Bankole Johnson One of my many “Whatsapp” banters to an old female acquaintance and seasoned medical practitioner…

The conjunctivitis of our leaders cannot make them see the national meningitis

August 10, 2016 By: Raymond Dele Awoonor-Gordon (awogordon@yahoo.co.uk) When national discourse deliberately uses soft words to hide hard crimes or impunity, then you know that as a…

That new arrangement at the weekly government press briefing

August 3, 2016 By Alusine Sesay One of the issues that impede good governance in Sierra Leone is the absolute lack of respect for professionalism and competence.…