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The Julius Maada Bio presidency and the people’s expectation-free education April 10, 2018  Part One After a heavy political battle, the people of Sierra Leone have spoken.…

The Soothsayer

STANDING WITH NFA ALIE CONTEH* March 20, 2018 By Abu-Bakarr Sheriff Spare a thought for the Chief Electoral Commissioner, Mohamed N’fa Alie Conteh. He is probably the…

KALANGBA ECHO

KALANGBA ECHO

Why KKY should not follow the bandwagon March 15, 2018 By Alusine Sesay The March 7 elections have been hotly contested, with the two traditional political parties…

BEYOND BORDERS

BEYOND BORDERS

Who is the president-in-waiting? February 26, 2018 By Sulaiman Momodu (beyondborders.column@gmail.com) Some days ago, I joined thousands of Sierra Leoneans to listen to some of the country’s…

Poem

A broken heart Val’s February 14, 2018 By Elizabeth A. Kaine If you show me on the inside maybe you could see It only me trying to be…

EDITORIAL

Police Should Rethink The Ban On Vehicular Movement On Elections Day  February 13, 2018 More than three million Sierra Leoneans are expected to cast their ballots on…

GUEST WRITER

What is the ACTUAL Population of Sierra Leone? Questionable Census Data and National Elections on March 7, 2018 February 13, 2018  By Dr. Fodei Batty Depending on…

Our Disingenuous Dual Citizenship Debate

January 29, 2018 By Dr. Lans Gberie A pointless and potentially dangerous controversy has recently been triggered by an argument about the extent of rights to be…

BOOK REVIEW

BOOK REVIEW

Bakar Mansaray, ‘A Suitcase Full of Dried Fish and other stories’ www.mandingoscrolls.blogspot.com Sierra Leonean Writers Series, 2016. pp. 212. ISBN-9991054448. PageMaster Publishing, 2015. pp. 210. ISBN-10: 1988048001;…

Book Review

Book Review

Bakar Mansaray, ‘My Afro-Canadian Chronicle’ www.mandingoscrolls.blogspot.com Sierra Leonean Writers Series, 2017. 264pp. ISBN-10: 9988869797; ISBN-13: 978-9988869793.  January 23, 2018 Reviewed by Timbuktu ‘My Afro-Canadian Chronicle’ not only discovers…

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