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VERDICT 2018

VERDICT 2018

John Bonoh Sisay: The CEO gunning to be next President September 20, 2017 By Osman Benk Sankoh One night in mid-September, President Ernest Bai Koroma, now in…

OP-ED

OP-ED

More Than A Natural Disaster: Accountability for the mudslide in Sierra Leone September 19, 2017 By Ibrahim Tommy* The August 14 landslide and floods in Freetown shocked…

PROFILE PORTRAIT

PROFILE PORTRAIT

Of Kortor-Kamara, the courtroom and mortuary on August 14  September 14, 2017 By Osman Benk Sankoh Though not giant-sized in frame, he wears several hats. As Master…

Politics and Governance: a Critical Distinction

September 14, 2017 by Dr. Fodei Batty There is an old adage that says: “marriage is like a bus, once you hop on you can’t keep running.” This…

THE SOOTHSAYER

September 8, 2017 By ABU-BAKARR SHERIFF STANDING WITH NFA ALIE CONTEH Spare a thought for the Chief Electoral Commissioner, Mohamed N’fa Alie Conteh. He is probably the…

Profile Portrait: Meet Napoleon, the ‘poor-man’s lawyer’ for SLPP Sec – Gen.

Profile Portrait: Meet Napoleon, the ‘poor-man’s lawyer’ for SLPP Sec – Gen.

September 7, 2017 By: Osman Benk Sankoh Being the fifth son in a family of fourteen, born to a Kuranko man who served in the Sierra Leone…

Mudslide Mount Sugarloaf Roars our Muddy Future

September 4, 2017 By Abubakarr Talib Jalloh Point a finger at global warming for the mudslide in Freetown but it cannot be blamed for the catastrophic dimension…

Good Toilet Facility: A PIPE Dream for Many Sierra Leoneans

August 12, 2017 BY: Ishmael Sallieu Koroma The smell of dirt and piles of garbage form part of the daily troubled experience of people living in the…

  Irony of a Peace Meeting: how it all happened at the SLPP Headquarters? Part Two

 August 29, 2017        Plain Ink—– By Spear Man      Email:alphaspearman17@yahoo.com After the Flag bearer Aspirants have spoken, one was left without any doubt they had attended the…

BEYOND BORDERS

BEYOND BORDERS

This weeping and wailing must stop! August 28, 2017 By Sulaiman Momodu Imagine going to bed after a hard day’s work. The night is relatively peaceful as…