By John Sorsor Samura
Street traders around Kissy Road, Clock Tower, Goderich Street, Petterson and Elk Streets yesterday condemned the manner in which the Freetown City Council is executing Operation WID.
Street trading has been a common thing in the capital of Freetown over the years, but for the purpose of clearing traders from [...]
By John Sorsor Samura
The life of Haja Kadiatu Bah, a form two pupil of the Loma Secondary School in Kabala, is in peril with a severe heart condition that may lead to her untimely death.
In an exclusive interview with AYV, Bah said her ordeal started with a diagnosis of ulcer, adding that [...]
President Ernest Bai Koroma has assured the Fullah Community not to hesitate in carrying out their commercial activities, stating Sierra Leone is owned by every citizen of the country. The President made this assurance to a cross section of the Fullah community during their visit to thank him for the recent conferment of the [...]
By Elkass I.L. Sannoh
The National Coordinator of the Freedom of Information Coalition, also Executive Director of the Society for Democratic Initiative (SDI), Lawyer Emmanuel Saffa Abdulai, said as citizens of any independent country, access to information is a right and must be free so that the ordinary people can understand government activities [...]
By Prince C. Kamara just back from Kambia
The atmosphere at Constituency 37 Kambia District on Saturday 18th – 20th May was an unforgettable occasion for residents, during the three-day visit of their APC Member of Parliament, Hon. Patricia Humu Brown.
The occasion was colorful as hundreds of supporters of the APC party, including [...]
By Abubakarr Turay (ABT)
According to Joe Magee‘s ‘Personal History of Corruption’, corrupt practices started from the period of Adam and Eve, the first human beings on earth. Magee traced this in Genesis, the first chapter of the Holy Bible when Adam and Eve defied God who had earlier asked them not to touch [...]
By Abdulai Gbla
Sadly, the APC government even though after its first term of office can boast of having succeeded in numerous developmental strides, it would not shout louder when it comes to the issue of education, would it? Although it had started dwindling from the past decades, education standards in Sierra Leone witnessed [...]
Slim Q is a Sierra Leonean songwriter and R&B artist who now leaves in New York City. Slim is known for his melodies and unique sound.
Born in Sierra Leone, Slim spent his childhood years in Freetown going to school and playing soccer as a young boy. He lived through the decade long civil [...]