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Ebola threatens to create a new generation of illiterate and uneducated

Ebola threatens to create a new generation of illiterate and uneducated

OCTOBER 14, 2014 By Zainab Tunkara Clarkson Apart from the health and environmental woes that Ebola has brought upon us, we now have the added problem of…

Sierra Leone Police Brutality against Bike Riders

Sierra Leone Police Brutality against Bike Riders

OCTOBER 13, 2014 By Gabriel Benjamin “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. The ultimate tragedy is not oppression and cruelty by bad people but the…

EBOLA AND THE ROLE OF JOURNALISTS

OCTOBER 13, 2014 By Joseph Fomolu – E-mail: josephfomolu@yahoo.com Ebola is a necessary evil. It is an evil because it has killed more than 3,000 people in…

MY POINT

TANGIBLE ACTION NOT LIP-SERVICE CAN CONTAIN EBOLA By Joseph Fomolu – Email: josephfomolu@yahoo.com As I sat down in my veranda in Bo on the eve of the…

Ebola Virus’ Dangerous Spread in Freetown

Ebola Virus’ Dangerous Spread in Freetown

OCTOBER 8, 2014 By Gabriel Benjamin During the past weeks, the Ebola Virus has expanded from its area of operations  and is now fast spreading across the…

Sylvia Olayinka Blyden and the Complexity of Simplicity

Sylvia Olayinka Blyden and the Complexity of Simplicity

OCTOBER 3, 2014 By Gabriel Benjamin It is incredibly extraordinary how a ‘Doyenne’ like Sylvia Olayinka Blyden, who was so vital to the ‘optimal functioning’ of President…

An Antidote to the Ebola Virus Menace

An Antidote to the Ebola Virus Menace

OCTOBER 1, 2014 By Gabriel Benjamin It is not an understatement that one of the greatest challenges confronting Sierra Leone, and which the administration of President Ernest…

Ebola Viral Disease: A threat to Sierra Leone

Ebola Viral Disease: A threat to Sierra Leone

SEPTEMBER 25, 2014 By Gabriel Benjamin   Sierra Leone, which is on the Atlantic Ocean in West Africa, with a population of about six million people, is…

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Members of Parliament versus The Press SEPTEMBER 24, 2014 I read with dismay reports in few – AWOKO, CONCORD TIMES, AWARENESS TIMES, THE NATIONALIST – newspapers published…

Lockdown is a risk worth taking

Lockdown is a risk worth taking

SEPTEMBER 17, 2014 By Joseph Dumbuya If the response of callers to a recent morning show on Radio Democracy is anything to go by, then it is…