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Sylvia Blyden’s Resignation is a Good Thing for Sierra Leone

Sylvia Blyden’s Resignation is a Good Thing for Sierra Leone

OCTOBER 14, 2014 By Rugiatu Karimu When someone attains a certain position in life, several  allusions and messages in relation to the individual’s capacity, credibility and the likelihood…

Ebola threatens to create a new generation of illiterate and uneducated

Ebola threatens to create a new generation of illiterate and uneducated

OCTOBER 14, 2014 By Zainab Tunkara Clarkson Apart from the health and environmental woes that Ebola has brought upon us, we now have the added problem of…

Sierra Leone Police Brutality against Bike Riders

Sierra Leone Police Brutality against Bike Riders

OCTOBER 13, 2014 By Gabriel Benjamin “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. The ultimate tragedy is not oppression and cruelty by bad people but the…

Ebola Virus’ Dangerous Spread in Freetown

Ebola Virus’ Dangerous Spread in Freetown

OCTOBER 8, 2014 By Gabriel Benjamin During the past weeks, the Ebola Virus has expanded from its area of operations  and is now fast spreading across the…

Psychosocial counseling absent in quarantined homes

Psychosocial counseling absent in quarantined homes

- HRC Chairperson OCTOBER 2, 2014 By Ibrahim Tarawallie Chairperson of the Human Rights Commission of Sierra Leone (HRC-SL) has expressed concern that most quarantined homes they…

The internet has revolutionized our world

OCTOBER 1, 2014 By Murtala Mohamed Kamara Last week as I was writing my blog post on the power of the internet and how it has revolutionized…

2014 Independence Day Broadcast by President Jonathan

2014 Independence Day Broadcast by President Jonathan

OCTOBER 1, 2014 1. Today marks the 54th anniversary of our country’s independence as a sovereign nation. This is also the tenth month of our journey into…

Drivers bemoan long queues at fuel stations

SEPTEMBER 25, 2014 By Ibrahim Jaffa Condeh Taxi drivers and motorbike riders who were found in long queues yesterday at Total fuel station at Kissy, east of…

And the President Wept!

SEPEMBER 23, 2014 By Martin Saffa Kokofele In a certain country along the West Coast of Africa, a certain dreaded disease broke out, with symptoms of diarrhea,…

The Last 3 Days

The Last 3 Days

SEPTEMBER 23, 2014 By Murtala Mohamed Kamara The 3-day lockdown which was declared by President Ernest Bai Koroma to help contain the deadly Ebola disease which has…