The APC Party will Continue to be Pacesetters and for How Long?
By Mohamed Sankoh, Special Commentary (22/12/16)
In Britain, former Prime Minister David Cameron shot himself in the head by provoking Brexit.
How Could Subscribers Get Power, If the Fuel is Stolen?
Asks N'Bompa, Special Commentary (16/11/16)
The National Power Authority (NPA) handed the baton to EDSA and EGTC after going through several mishaps.
We Need to Smoke the Peace Pipe for Our Country
By Abu Shaw (02/05/16)
Sierra Leone has suffered immeasurably over the years. Thousands have died needlessly for no justifiable reasons.
Alie Kabba Lacks the Nutrients to Lead the SLPP party and Sierra Leone!!
By Abu Shaw in London (12/12/15)
Nineteenth century British politician and historian John Dahberg-Acton once stated: "Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men.”
How SLPP Supporter Are You?
By Abu Shaw in London (06/06/15)
This is the burning question that continues to confront me each time my media colleagues see a picture of me and Alie Kabba on social media networks.
The Sierra Leone Association of Journalists Must not be a Family Property
By Abdul Fonti, Special Commentary (01/10/17)
The present make up of SLAJ has more questions than answers. A situation that does not auger well for the Sierra Leone media.
Local Content Policy is Excellent Achievement for Ernest
By the Ranger, Special Commentary (03/09/17)
One of the good things under the present APC administration is ushering the Local Content Act that empowers local businesses to excel.
APC Must Drop Complacency to Win the 2018 Elections!
By a Special Commentary (09/07/17)
Complacency, party affiliations and overconfidence are the causes why the APC lost the bye elections at Kechun in Kambia.
Did the ADP Leader Arrested for Illegal Possession of Gun Violate the Law?
Asks Editayo G. Temple, Special Commentary (11/06/17)
The arrest and detention of the ADP leader for illegal possession of arms has brought focus on the Sierra Leone arms law.