SLPP New Direction Must Do More to Fulfil the World Bank Governance Indicators!
By Ranger, Guest Editor (30/11/18)
The World Bank Governance Indicators define government effectiveness as the quality of public services and the degree of political independence etc.
"The Youth is the Future, the Future is the Youth," the SLPP Party Reminded!
By Melvin Max-Conteh, Guest Editor (21/11/18)
The youth and the future will always be linked, because none can exist in the absence of another. Will the SLPP take a leaf from this dictum?
Greedy Demands by Sierra Leone Parliamentarians as Jobless and Hungry Voters Live on Crumbs!
By Cyril Barnes, Guest Editor (14/11/18)
Representatives that care more about themselves than those they are representing are money-mongers who do not deserve to represent the people.
If Highly Paid Parliamentarians are Crying, What about Poorly Paid Teachers Ecetera!
By a Disgruntled Teacher (07/11/18)
Our members of parliament who should be representing the interests of the voters are now selfishly campaigning to enrich themselves more.
Who are the Krios and what Makes Krios Krios in Sierra Leone?
Asks Amadu Bangura (31/10/18)
Krio is a people, a language and a culture. The Krios are Creole people who were the first speakers of the Krio language.
Education Prisoners: "Suffer Little Children to Come Unto Me…"
By Andrew Keili (21/10/18)
I couldn’t help but be impressed by schoolchildren in my village on the day school reopened.
The Isha, FIFA Impasse not Trivial as it Hinges on Public Confidence on Public Officials!
By Habib Munda (14/10/18)
The Isha Johansen and FIFA impasse is a serious matter that do not require triviality at all as it hinges on public confidence on our public officials.
Maada Risks Losing Popularity if he Fails to Put Food on Citizens' Breakfast Tables
By Ranger (07/10/18)
Many difficult existential realities confront ordinary Sierra Leoneans living on less than the United Nations poverty figure of $2 dollars a day.
In the Wake of the Mile 91 Killing, Who Polices the Sierra Leone Police?
Asks the Ranger (30/09/18)
The aftermath of the combined security forces raid in Mile 91 has drawn all round condemnation from human rights activists and organisations.