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Politics may not Survive as a Contact Sport

Politics may not Survive as a Contact Sport

Titus Boye-Thompson, Communications Expert Some people refer to politics as a game. If this is the case, then we have to decide the rules and also to confirm whether we should allow it to be a contact or non-contact sport. Those who believe that politics …

President Erdogan in warm handshake with Ambassador Timbo

Turkish President Erdoğan Pledges Full Support to Sierra Leone

Alhaji M.B. Jalloh, Press Attaché, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States Sierra Leone’s Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the United Arab Emirates with accreditation to the Republic of Turkey has on Tuesday, 22nd November, 2016 officially presented his original Letters of Credence to the President …

Abortion takes the lives of many women in Sierra Leone

    hen 20-year-old Memunatu Kamara fell pregnant, she wasn’t sure what to do. She knew she wanted to concentrate on her education, but abortion is illegal in Sierra Leone. So she went to see a traditional practitioner who she believed would help her end …

Sierra Leoneans in Kuwait Call for Complete Ban on Maid Recruitment

By M.B. Jalloh, Press Attaché, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States The Sierra Leone Union in Kuwait has called on the Government of Sierra Leone to ban the recruitment of house maids from Sierra Leone to Kuwait. The call came after social media report accused …

Mr. Donald Kopoi, new SLPP Chairman

SLPP Dallas, Texas has New Chairman

By Sanpha Sesay, The Texas Chief It was a new day, August 1st as the outgoing Chairlady, Ms. Kadie Tejan-Sie of the Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) Dallas chapter in Texas, passing over the instrument of power to who every member of that organization believe …

ICC: States must strengthen, not abandon, only route to justice for millions of victims

ICC: States must strengthen, not abandon, only route to justice for millions of victims

Amnesty Victims of war crimes, crimes against humanity and other serious violations deserve to have their day in court, Amnesty International said as it urged states to work to strengthen, rather than withdraw from, the International Criminal Court (ICC). The call comes on the eve …

Liberia Facing Severe Educational Crisis – Infrastructure in Tatters…

Liberia Facing Severe Educational Crisis – Infrastructure in Tatters…

By D. Garkpe Gedepoh Liberia faces a serious dilemma, not knowing what to do with her broken educational system. The much-heralded postwar leadership of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has dismally failed to provide basic education for our children. Our educational infrastructure remains in tatters while her …