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MOHS 1(ONE) YEAR   REPORT CARD SHOWS PROGRESS AMIDST CHALLENGES April 17, 2019 With  SOLOMON ROGERS  MOHS PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER (PRO) Barely a year in office, the current…

MY POINT

DON’T LOOK AT THE SYMPTOMS OF CORRUPTION BUT LOOK AT THE REAL CAUSES OF CORRUPTION April 11, 2019 BY JOSEPH FOMOLU E-mail: josephfomolu@gmail.com Indulging in corrupt practices…

Opinion

Beyond the trials: Revisiting the legacy of the Special Court for Sierra Leone April 8, 2019 By Alpha Sesay I recently spoke at a Harvard Law School…

Guest Writer

Reminiscing with the ‘high-schoolness' of a High School Boy April 2, 2019 By Osman Benk Sankoh   Time, they say, “passes as if it does not exist,” but…

Commentary

Commentary

Belt and Road Initiative sets example for world March 21, 2019 By Khalid Rahman (Pakistan) I have visited more than 10 Chinese cities in my nearly 30…

GUEST WRITER

Are lawyers expected to have morals when doing their official work? March 20, 2019 By Christian Lawrence Let me state at this stage that I am not…

PONDER MY THOUGHTS

March 18, 2019  BY Andrew Keili SIERRA LEONE’S PRESIDENTIAL “BULLY PULPIT” We have recently seen leaders of various political parties troop to State House to meet with the…

Op-Ed

Op-Ed

Remembering Bob Marley  Mach 14, 2019 The footprints of Bob Marley appear on the sand in Jamaica and across the earth wherever freedom is held hostage. Likened…

OPINION

OPINION

The Turkish, via boat they arrived, a nation shouts ‘Light Done Kam’  March 7, 2019 John Baimba Sesay At the commissioning in June, 2009, of the Regent…

TONE DOWN THE RHETORIC – OR WE PERISH TOGETHER.

March 7, 2019 By: Winstanley.R.Bankole. Johnson Perhaps the very first obligation of every patriotic citizen following the launching of the recent “blueprint” encapsulating our National Development Plan…