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Downplaying the Ebola outbreak is a Sign of Irresponsibility!

By Rashid Justice Dumbuya I know Sierra Leoneans are very good at downplaying serious things and even ingenious at making humour out of them. The ‘AFTER U…

On Hon Bundu’s claim that Sierra Leoneans are not competitive

By Sheku Dumbuya I was disgusted but not in the least surprised at the scaling attack on Sierra Leoneans by the Member of Parliament from Port Loko,…

BEYOND BORDERS

Playing political football with APC and SLPP By Sulaiman Momodu – (beyondborders.column@gmail.com) Although we still have a few more years to go to the next polls, already…

POLICE BRUTALITY CANNOT BE AN EXCUSE

By Titus Boye-Thompson, Strategic Media & Development Communications Unit Whenever it is said that Sierra Leone is a progressive democracy, it reflects the ongoing processes of establishing…

BEYOND BORDERS

My thoughts on “After U…”, our country’s future, and President Koroma By Sulaiman Momodu – (beyondborders.column@gmail.com) The latest and hottest slogan in Sierra Leone is “After U…”,…

OPEN LETTER TO CONSTITUTIONAL REVIEW COMMITTEE

Constitutional Review and APC’s Self Succession Plans Dear Mr. Chairman, Kindly permit me few moment of your time to deliberate on the contentious issue of power extension…

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THE CONCEPT OF PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS OF THE LAW By Bankole Clifford Ekundayo Morgan, Human Rights Advocate The concept of procedural due process of the law entails…

Joseph F. Kamara in a “lonelier” job with no “regret”

By Pa Baimba Sesay Sierra Leone’s President, Ernest Bai Koroma, was elected in 2007 on the platform of change. This change was clearly captured in his first…

Accountability and Citizens’ Participation in Local Councils: Encouraging Progress, amid Persisting Challenges

By Augustine Gulama In February 2013, the Centre for Accountability and Rule of Law (CARL) received a $125,000 grant from the Open Society Initiative for West Africa…

Looking beyond the Sierra Leone Law School examination malpractice saga

By Rashid Dumbuya Esq. Just recently, I heard and read a shocking public notice alleged to have been released by the Council of Legal Education, the governing…