Sierra Leone Magistrates Get Tough on Women and 'Bombers': 'Ya Go Do'?
By Andrew Keili (30/11/18)
Sierra Leone, like many other countries is immersed in deep cultural discrimination against women by traditional customs and laws which must be overcome in order to achieve gender equality.
APC Network thinks President Bio is Wasting State Coffers on Frequent Travels!
By Tagmen (21/11/18)
Ardent opposition APC supporters feel that President Julius Maada Bio is wasting Sierra Leone's finances thanks to some meaningless travels.
Sierra Leone Finance Minister's Balancing Act on a Trapeze 2019 Budget!
By Andrew Keili (14/11/18)
The 2019 budget indeed spells good news for many Sierra Leoneans. 5000 teachers, 3000 health sector workers and 1000 police officers will be recruited in 2019.
Maada Bio the Anti-Corruption Czar, Versus Maada Bio with Taxpayers' 18 Million Dollars!
By Kongosa Box (07/11/18)
We believe that President Julius Maada Bio is really concerned about the structure and eventual outcome of the pending Commission of Inquiry.
Financial Secretary Worried about Sierra Leone's 2 Billion US Dollars Debt!
By the Ranger (31/10/18)
To both the national and international creditors, Sierra Leone is reportedly owing close to 2 billion UD dollars in debts.
A Must Read for all true Africans! Why Whites Feel Superior to the Black Race!!
By Dr. Walter (21/10/18)
“It’s amazing how you all sit there and waAfricayoyotrailblat to me said. “Get up and do something about it.
National Monthly Cleaning Saturdays: Who Must be in Charge?
Asks Pastor Mohamed Sesay (14/10/18)
Now things are pretty much better for Freetown as city dwellers cooperate with local and central government to solve the trash problem.
Bye-Elections Cold-Blooded Murder is a Scandal that Shames Sierra Leone Politics!
By Abu Kamarah (07/10/18)
The killing of the Sierra Leonean boy during the Tonko Limba bye-elections is a shameful and scandalous politicking in the country!
Government and Privatisation: Turkeys Don't Vote for Christmas!
By Andrew Keili (30/09/18)
I listened to a refreshingly honest interview on Radio Democracy of the Minister of Water Resources Dr. Jonathan Tengbeh on water supply in the country.