24th June 2018
Africa: Is Changing the Constitution & Staying Longer in Power Patriotic?
By Dr. Sorie Gassama (24/03/16)
0r is it beyond term limits, a show of love for one’s country or just a way of ignoring the voice of the very people that catapulted you to power?
Alie Kabba's Libyan Connection and the Formation of the RUF Rebels!
By Sahr Dagbee (22/03/16)
The Office of National Security in Sierra Leone has been warned to be wary of Alie Kabba's Libya connection in the late 1980's.
Nominees: Vetting Postponed Again to Wednesday March 30, 2016
By Parliament PR (22/03/16)
The Parliamentary Committee will finally start screening President Ernest Koroma's nominees on Wednesday March 30, 2016.
Sierra Leone Urged to Attend the Rio Olympic & Paralympic Games
By State House Release (22/03/16)
Sierra Leone government have been urged to allow their athletes to participate in the 31st Olympic Games 2016 in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
Minister Mayah Kai Kai Inherits Acute Problems at Kono City Council
By Kono Citizens (20/03/16)
The problems currently engulfing the Kono City Council will definitely capture the attention of the new Local Government Minister.
"Like Karefa Smart, President Koroma is Youth Friendly," Says Sylvia
By Desmond Jones (20/03/16)
It is no surprise comparing President Ernest Koroma to Sierra Leone's legendary politician Dr. John Karefa Smart regarding their love for youths.
The Audit Report Management of the Ebola Funds Tabled in Parliament
By Press Release (20/03/16)
Part Two of the Audited Report of on the management of the Ebola Funds has been brought before parliament for deliberations.
ADP Urges MPs to Deny Mohamed Bangura the Information Ministry!
By ADP Press Release (18/03/16)
President Ernest Koroma's nominee for the Minister of Information and Broadcasting Mohamed Bangura is facing hell from the ADP party.
Parliament Okays 2 Director-Generals for NASSIT in Sierra Leone
By Press Release (18/03/16)
Two Deputy Director Generals of the National Social Security and Insurance Trust NASSIT have been approved by Parliament in Freetown.