25th June 2018
“Let’s Utilise World Bank Facility to Create Jobs for Growth,” Ernest
By a press release (09/06/17)
President Ernest Bai Koroma wants job generating ventures in energy, tourism, fisheries, agribusiness etc. by utilising the World Bank facility.
President Koroma and EU Discuss Article 8 of the Cotonou Agreement
By a press release (07/06/17)
President Ernest Koroma and the European Union have discussed Article 8 of the Cotonou Agreement at State House in Freetown.
Cheick Tiote Family Fly to China to Discover Cause of his Sudden Death!!
By Ian Murtagh (07/06/17)
As Chinese club released details of what happened to Cheick Tiote’s sudden death, his family are already in China to know cause of death.
New Ombudsman’s 100-Day Vital Action to Deliver Justice in Sierra Leone
By the Ranger (07/06/17)
Sierra Leone’s newly appointed Ombudsman has unveiled his 100 day plan of action aimed at delivering administrative justice to the nation.
Importers' President Questions the Finance Minister’s Competence!
By the Ranger (05/06/17)
A rare attack by the President of the Importers Association Alpha Alhaji T. Jalloh after questioning the integrity of the Finance Minister!!
Attorney General Says Strong Leaders Must be Inspired for Development
By M.A. Kargbo (05/06/17)
Attorney-General and Minister of Justice Joseph F. Kamara believes strong leaders are those who do not oppress or violate the law.
A Top SLPP/APC Politician J.B. Dauda Passed Away in Ghana
By a press release (05/06/17)
Joseph Bandabla Dawda, popularly known as ‘Jam Body for Development’ during his political years in Kenema, has passed away in Ghana.
ADP Leader Appears at Kenema Magistrate for Illegal Possession of Arms
By Philip Koroma (03/06/17)
The leader and chairman of the Alliance Democratic Party Mohamed Kamarainba Mansaray has appeared in court for illegal arms possession.
Legal Aid Board Mediates Between Angry Traders and the Bo City Council
By a press release (03/06/17)
The Legal Aid Board has carried out mediation to resolve the impasse between angry traders and the Bo City Council over market dues.