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Passing the night at Mile 38 checkpoint

April 9, 2015 By Alusine Sesay I left Freetown for the province on Wednesday, 1 April. I took off late in the evening at around 6pm onboard…

Nigeria Presidential Election: Lessons to Emulate

April 7, 2015 By Abu-Bakarr Sheriff Africa’s most populace nation, Nigeria, may have just done itself and the continent proud by conducting a presidential election many, including…

SIERRA LEONE – IS DEMOCRACY ON TRIAL?

March 31, 2015 By Andrew Lavali When a judiciary enjoys independence and is faithful to its constitutional mandate, then peace, good governance and sustainable economic development is…

It is not a right for government to allow pregnant pupils in school

March 26, 2015 By: Bankole Clifford Ekundayo Morgan, Human Rights Advocate (The thoughts expressed in this article are purely and entirely those of the author) It is…

A defining moment awaits Mother Sierra Leone

A defining moment awaits Mother Sierra Leone

March 24, 2015 By James Feika We are faced with a serious constitutional crisis as a post-war country. The Sierra Leone 1991 multi-party constitution is faced with…

Sacking of VP Sam-Sumana

March 20, 2015 Your Excellency, Please permit me to write on a matter of grave national constitutional, legal and political concern that has come to engage the…

REFLECTIONS: NUANCES OF THE BLOATED UNDERBELLIES OF REALPOLITIK – THE NEW AGE POLITICS

Part Three March 19, 2015 Dr. Michael N. Wundah, London UK (michaelwundah@aol.com) New Age Politics will facilitate the comprehensive success of the post Ebola preparedness. A recent…

Remembering Lansana Fofana: A Journalist’s Journalist

Remembering Lansana Fofana: A Journalist’s Journalist

March 17, 2015 By Lans Gberie Lansana Fofana, who died on 12 March 2014, was an early mentor and friend. I had first met him in 1994…

Why VP Sam-Sumana Should Not Resign!!

Why VP Sam-Sumana Should Not Resign!!

March 17, 2015 By Abu-Bakarr Sheriff Vice President Samuel Sam-Sumana has again been thrust into the limelight for the wrong reasons. In the middle of an Ebola…

Making A Virtue Out Of A Spat

March 16, 2015 By: Raymond Dele Awoonor-Gordon The truth, it is said, is better than endless smokescreen. And one sad fact is that we have left the…