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Good Governance in Land Administration is Critical for Land Conflict Resolutions October 31, 2019 By Mohamed Konneh The Office of the Administrator and Registrar General (OARG) is…

FINANCE MINISTRY: MIND YOUR LANGUAGE!!

October 25, 2019 By: Winstanley.R.Bankole. Johnson The Annual Budget hearings organized by the Financial Secretary within the Ministry of Finance (MoF) are supposed to be very useful…

GUEST WRITER

Build A New Type of International Relations and A Community with a Shared Future for Mankind October 24, 2019 By HU Zhangliang, Chinese Ambassador to Sierra Leone…

BEYOND BORDERS

BEYOND BORDERS

Of “ghosts” and legal identity: meeting Sierra Leoneans in Zambia October 22, 2019 By Sulaiman Momodu I have just returned to Ethiopia from the Zambian capital Lusaka,…

Decision-making and political leadership: the Gender Dimension

October 17, 2019 Although the government is making efforts to adopt policies and mechanisms to ensure women’s active presence in decision-making, it is only one step in…

What award can you win?

What award can you win?

October 14, 2019 By Sulaiman Momodu If someone or an organization should consider you for an award today, what prize can you win? Be honest to yourself…

THAT COMMOMWEALTH PARLIAMENTAY ASSOCIATION SUBSCRIPTION GAFFE

October 9, 2019 By: Winstanley.R.Bankole. Johnson Once again one of our worst secrets that ought otherwise to have been relegated to our national archive of administrative incompetence…

BEYOND BORDERS

BEYOND BORDERS

The truth about anti-corruption  October 8, 2019 By Sulaiman Momodu Sequel to my last article, CHEATING: let him who is without sin cast the first stone, I…

VISION-SALONE Series

SIERRA LEONE'S ECONOMIC AWAKENING - A Way Forward! (Part 2) October 1, 2019 After the Slave Trade, the shores of Sierra Leone were choicest to abandon free…

A NATION OF “TEN PERCENTERS”.

September 27, 2019 By: Winstanley.R.Bankole. Johnson Unless you are notorious for Court appearances, one is bound to feel unnerved arriving at the Commissions of Inquiries (COIs) as…