Some of Us Will Continue to Support President Koroma Forever
By Gunther AB Daramy, Special Commentary (19/10/16)
This prolific Sierra Leone journalist Mr. Gunther Daramy, like others, is very impressed with President Ernest Koroma's presidency.
Bondo Society and the FGM Debate Rages on in Sierra Leone!!
By The Ranger, Special Commentary (08/09/16)
The nation has lately been embroiled in a heated debate on social media concerning the Bondo Society and the Female Genital Mutilation.
Fighting Corruption: Allow Dr. Sylvia Blyden to be the Sacrificial Lamb
By Gunther AB Daramy, Special Commentary (23/07/16)
Corruption is endemic in Sierra Leone regardless of effort being made by President Koroma to give the Anti-Corruption Commission prosecution powers.
Mohamed Kamaramba Mansaray Stop Misleading the Public!
By John Sorsor, Special Commentary (18/03/16)
The audacious campaign by Mohamed Kamaramba Mansaray against Mohamed Bangura's ministerial appointment is full of lies.
Put Sierra Leone First as Guest Writer Sides Centre for Research
By Mahmud Tim Kargbo, Special Commentary (10/03/16)
The Centre for Research, Documentation Policy Studies and Development of Law is challenging everyone to put the country first!!!
Delayed Stipend Payments Not Good for Youth Farm Project
By Special Commentary (04/03/16)
The vision by the government of Sierra Leone through the Ministry of Youth Affairs needs to buckle up to make the youth farm project a success.
Killer Car Seats Killing More! Police, SLRSA on Sleep Mode!
By Special Commentary (22/02/16)
The alarming rate of vehicle accidents on our roads cannot be unconnected to reckless driving and persistent use of derelict vehicles.
This is a Conspiracy as 10,000 Pre-Paid Meters Destroyed by Fire!
By Special Commentary (15/02/16)
The rampant fire outbreaks in the capital Freetown today has made tongues to wag as to whether these fires are the result of sabotage!
Clever to Stop Politicising a Matter in a Competent Court of Law
By Special Commentary (10/02/16)
Alie Kabba's bigamy charge has prompted the clarion call to stop politicising a matter that is before a competent court of jurisdiction.