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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…

The Sierra Leone Central Veterinary Laboratory Revamped 

  January 17, 2018  The Sierra Leone Central Veterinary Laboratory at Teko, in Makeni was inaugurated on Thursday, 14 December 2017 to revamp operations as the country’s…

RANDOM MUSING

Tomorrow starts today. January 9, 2018  By: Raymond Dele Awoonor-Gordon     awogordon@hotmail.com I was initially sceptical about wishing you a happy new year, but then within…

The Psychological, Social and Economic Impact of Depression

 November 6, 2017 Written by Ishmael Sallieu Koroma and Amélie van den Brink In 2014 Ebola struck the three West African states of Guinea, Sierra Leone and…

Feature

The rise of social media and their effects on freedom of expression in Sierra Leone October 23, 2017 By  Ishmael Sallieu Koroma Introduction Social media are now…

FEATURE

FEATURE

Overcoming Shame, Prejudice and Sexual Exploitation October 19, 2017 By Judy Kosgei* “He was in his 20’s and asked me to meet with him in his house.…

Feature

Feature

The Right to Access Information Commission: A Crippling Institution October 19, 2017 By Alusine Sesay The achievement of transparency and accountability as prerequisites for democratic good governance…

GUEST WRITER

Why Smaller Ethnic Groups Must Not Like Democracy October 19, 2017 By Christian Lawrence At a first simplistic glance, the theory and practice of Democracy seem very…