27th May 2017
President Koroma's Legacy on Transport, Aviation Protected by Logus
By Editayo G. Temple (20/05/16)
Despite all the unwarranted criticisms by detractors, all the 100 buses are still intact, serving the people of Sierra Leone very satisfactorily.
Political Affairs Minister Nanette Speaks on Peace and Democracy
By Bockarie Kukuku Musa (14/05/16)
Good governance, peace and democracy should be the yardstick for any progressive nation and it was pleasant Nanette Thomas exhibited it.
Envoy Fadika's Biggest Cultural Festival in Beijing was a Success
By Bryan Randall (14/05/16)
Showcasing Sierra Leone's rich cultural heritage to other countries is a significant move and that is what envoy Lansana Fadika has done.
APC/USA UNIMAT Family Challenges Sierra Leoneans to be Positive
By Unisa I.B. Kanu (14/05/16)
Sierra Leoneans at home and abroad have been challenged to strategise positive goals for developing their motherland in the years ahead.
M.A. Jalloh Hailed as the Right Man for the Deputy Transport Minister Job
By Admired Writer (11/05/16)
The appointment of MA Jalloh as Deputy Transport Minister is one of the most popular presidential nominations of President Koroma.
"APC is Not a 'Pa O Pa' Party," Ernest Koroma Warns APC Party Stalwarts
By Press Release (11/05/16)
The Chairman and Leader of the All People's Congress President Ernest Koroma has told party supporters that the APC is not a 'Pa O Pa' party.
Sierra Leone Information Minister Bangura Promises to Improve ICT
By Marcus A. Bangura (11/05/16)
It is inevitable to improve Information Technology in any country and this is exactly the promise made by the Minister of Information.
Will the Information Minister Abolish the Notorious 1965 Public Order Act?
By GT newspaper (08/05/16)
This is the unavoidable question as the Minister of Information and Communications rolled out his ambitious eighteen months vision.
Three Anti-Corruption Vehicles Damaged by SLPP Disorderly Conduct
By Press Release (08/05/16)
The Independence Day fracas between two factional SLPP supporters has damaged three Anti Corruption Commission vehicles.