ADP Gets New Scribe


By David Jabati

The Alliance Democratic Party has appointed an acting Secretary General in the person of Madam Isata Abdulai Kamara to replace the former, David Gbla who was recently sacked by the Executive of the party. Continue reading ADP Gets New Scribe

To Aid Flood Relief Effort… Sierra Leoneans In USA Meet

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Sierra Leonean Community heads and some members of Community based organizations met with officials of the Sierra Leone Embassy at the conference room of the Embassy of Sierra Leone on 1701 19th Street NW, Washington DC on Saturday September 19, 2015 to find a way to assist in the ongoing relief efforts regarding a flood caused by a heavy down pour of rain. Continue reading To Aid Flood Relief Effort… Sierra Leoneans In USA Meet

NRA Targets Mining Companies


By Kalilu Sillah

As a way of increasing tax base and minimize revenue leakages, the National Revenue Authority (NRA) has established a new revenue unit known as Extractive Industry Revenue Unit. Continue reading NRA Targets Mining Companies

For Ebola Survivors… NERC Launches ‘Project Shield’

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By Princetta Williams

The National Ebola Response Centre (NERC) has, at a training held at the Family Kindom Resort, Aberdeen, Freetown on Monday, 5th October 2015, for Ebola survivors on psychological first Aid, launched a project titled: ‘Project Shield.’ The training attracted over 50 Ebola survivors in the country. Continue reading For Ebola Survivors… NERC Launches ‘Project Shield’

3 EGTC Workers In Trouble


By Mohamed Kai

Three staff of the Electricity Generation and Transmission Company (EGTC), Umaru B. Kanu, Alimamy Kanu and John Garrettee were on Monday, 5th October 2015 granted bail in the sum of One Billion Leones each by the Presiding Magistrate, Komba Kamanda of Magistrate Court No.1 in Freetown. Continue reading 3 EGTC Workers In Trouble

Seaweeds Wage War On Beaches


Princetta Williams

The appearance of strange materials called Seaweeds on the different beaches has become a concern to many who have abandoned the beached because of its unsightly nature particularly at the waterfronts. Continue reading Seaweeds Wage War On Beaches

Teachers cry for help: ‘We’ve not been reassessed for years now’

Teacher Lemp Lemp was notorious for wearing such big bottom trousers and his pupils secretly adored him for that

By Ahmed Sahid Nasralla (De Monk)

As we celebrate World Teachers Day (5th October) many teachers across Sierra Leone are appealing to the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology to reassess and upgrade them without further delay as they’ve been teaching for years now on the same salary scale.

These are mainly teachers who have completed further studies and continued in the classroom. Continue reading Teachers cry for help: ‘We’ve not been reassessed for years now’

EILEEN WEST – Creole to the backbone


Titus Boye-Thompson, Communications Consultant

There has been some recent writings on the Creoles in Sierra Leone to which yours truly has contributed but the question of who the Creoles are exactly has not been attempted. Now that a by election is looming in Constituency 107, the question was raised as to whether we have a Creole candidate in Mrs. Eileen West, or whether the whole process is yet another guise to circumvent the Creoles from active parliamentary participation. Continue reading EILEEN WEST – Creole to the backbone

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