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Our Moral Corruption Is Worse Than Financial Corruption.

August 23, 2016 By: Raymond Dele Awoonor-Gordon (awogordon@yahoo.co.uk) You know something, while the chatter all across the country on shop floors, in markets, within business circles, and…

‘Beloz’: A Portrait of a Revolutionary Youth

August 23, 2016 He falls within internationally accepted definition of a youth. But though youthful, he has the gait and wherewithal of an experienced administrator. He is…

People are not lazy, but lack initiatives

August 2, 2016 By Ibrahim John Bangura In Sierra Leone, it is very common for leaders to accuse their subordinates of being lazy. ‘’You are too lazy’’….…

The Bugle Call: Fix what is wrong and everything else will fall into place

August 2, 2016 By: Raymond Dele Awoonor-Gordon (awogordon@yahoo.co.uk) Any masquerade that fails to respect its limits will have its veil removed. This unvarnished truth is coming out…

Twirling the Wheels of Diplomacy, Forty-Five Years Still Counting

July 29, 2016 By John Baimba Sesay Geoff R. Berridge is Emeritus Professor of International Politics, University of Leicester. He is highly rated as the most prolific…

“HUNGRY MAN NOR GET CHOICE”: DEMOCRACY WITHOUT DIGNITY!!!

July 25, 2016 By Alfred Kamanda In a country where people suffer chill penury, where 70 percent of its active population are unemployed, and majority of the…

THE ONE THAT FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST!!

 July 21, 2016 By: Winstanley R. Bankole-Johnson We have this typical Sierra Leonean mentality of deliberately refusing to quantify the financial impacts of various government operations so…

Preventing crimes and suffering through justice

July 19, 2016 By Judge Silvia Fernández de Gurmendi* Inside the courtrooms of the International Criminal Court (ICC) and in local communities, we are hearing the voices…

Bottleneck to land acquisition Sierra Leone

July 14, 2016 By Alusine Sesay Joseph Rahal, Executive Director of Green Scenery, an organisation that has been operating in Sierra Leone since 1989 and focuses on…

Bye-Election Violence: The Paradox of ‘Peaceful’ Sierra Leone

July 8, 2016 By ABU-BAKARR SHERIFF In June this year, Sierra Leone was rated ahead of Ghana – an acclaimed oasis of peace and democracy – as…