20th January 2018
Disgraced Former Vice President Sam-Sumana Seeks ECOWAS Justice!!
By Press Release (05/11/16)
The former disgraced Vice President of Sierra Leone Sam-Sumana has gone ballistic again by seeking justice from the ECOWAS Court.
US Government Praises Sierra Leone for Restoring Growth After Ebola
By US Press Release (05/11/16)
The US attests that Sierra Leoneans have repeatedly demonstrated their ability to overcome challenges and lift themselves up.
Information Minister Blasts Media Outlets that Paints the APC Government Bad
By Press Release (03/11/16)
Minister of Information and Communications Mohamed Bangura has blasted media houses that continuous to distort accurate news.
Minister Pat Sowe Helps APC Wins Ward 112 and 337 Bye Elections
By Editayo G. Temple (03/11/16)
Kudos to Comrade/Captain, Alieu M. Pat Sowe, the Western Area Regional Chairman plays major role for this massive APC bye elections win.
Why Ngugi wa Thiong'o Should have Won the Nobel Prize for Literature
By Zoe Norridge (03/11/16)
On top of his achievement as an imaginative artist, the Kenyan writer's decision to write in Gikuyu is a truly brave move deserving high reward.
Ghost Teachers Again as School Heads Caught in Web of Lies!!
By Philip Koroma (01/11/16)
The ghost teachers phenomenon has reared its ugly head again in Sierra Leone as head teachers are caught in web of lies in Kenema.
Ernest Koroma Commissions $100M Queen Elizabeth II Quay Project
By Ranger (01/11/16)
The recent commissioning of the 100 million US dollars Queen Elizabeth II quay extension project in Freetown is a giant step for the country.
"Stop Posting Fake Mutilated Bodies to Damage Sierra Leone," Police Warn
By Press Release (01/11/16)
The Sierra Leone police have come out strongly to warn the public to stop posting fake pictures of mutilated human bodies on social media.
Its Scandalous as Police Intercept Free Care Drugs in Kenema & Kailahun
By Philip Koroma (29/10/16)
The interception of vital medical facilities for poor Sierra Leoneans in Kenema and Kailahun districts have left many tongues wagging.