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Growth prospects for the Guinean economy remain favourable – currently at 6.7 percent – says IMF

May 26, 2017 0

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 26 May 2017 An IMF staff team led by Giorgia Albertin visited Conakry from May 15 to 25, 2017, to discuss recent economic and financial developments and Guinea’s economic prospects. The team prepared the ground for a future visit for the negotiation of a new IMF-supported program. [Read More]

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Politics

Civil society groups in Sierra Leone urged to join campaign to hold parliamentarians accountable

August 9, 2016 6

Abdul M Fatoma – Chief Executive CHRDI Sierra Leone Telegraph: 9 August 2016 We in the Campaign for Human Rights and Development International (CHRDI) once again, want to remind Members of the House of Parliament in Sierra Leone that, the country’s Accountant General’s Office uses taxpayers’ money to support the [Read More]

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Politics

Presidential hopeful Alie Kabba returns to Sierra Leone with renewed push for peace and unity

January 22, 2017 0

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 22 January 2017 The radical progressive nationalist and SLPP presidential aspirant, Alie Badara Sanjan Kabba (Photo) is today on his way home from the USA, with an unwavering commitment to re-engage SLPP stakeholders in a renewed push to achieve lasting peace and unity in the party. Alie [Read More]

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Politics

Sierra Leone government reacts to Transparency International’s findings

July 16, 2013 0

The Sierra Leone Telegraph: 16 July 2013 Sierra Leone is the most corrupt country in the world, according to the latest report of Transparency International. The report says that over 80% of people questioned in Sierra Leone as part of their research on corruption in the country, admitted to have [Read More]

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Politics

Human rights in Sierra Leone – has the ruling APC done enough to deserve a third term in office?

February 28, 2017 1

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 28 February 2017 Since coming to power in 2007 several journalists and political opponents have been arrested and detained behind bars by the Koroma government of Sierra Leone. The popular radio programme host – Dr. David Tam M’Bayoh, newspaper journalist – Jonathan Leigh, and opposition presidential aspirant [Read More]

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Politics

Maada Bio calls for dialogue with opposition SLPP Alliance

January 14, 2017 13

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 14 January 2017 Presidential and general elections in Sierra Leone are less than fifteen months away. Yet the opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) is far from being ready to contest those elections, let alone position itself as a government in waiting, despite the popularity of the [Read More]

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Politics

Ambassador Alimamy Koroma bids farewell to staff at the Sierra Leone embassy in China

March 19, 2017 0

John Baimba Sesay – Information/Press Attaché (Beijing) Sierra Leone Telegraph: 19 March 2017 Sierra Leone’s former ambassador to China has said he remains thankful to President Ernest Bai Koroma for according him the opportunity to serve his country in various capacities, including as envoy to the Asian nation. Ambassador Alimamy [Read More]

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In Focus

President Koroma of Sierra Leone is told to stop selling the country’s sovereignty

May 20, 2017 3

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 20 May 2017 “You have sold everything – please don’t sell the soul of our sovereignty – our democracy,” Kapri Kolugbonda tells the president of Sierra Leone, as condemnation of the ruling APC party’s steep descent into the bowels of Chinese economic imperialism grows. Critics of the [Read More]

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Election Watch

China is meddling in Sierra Leone’s party politics

May 18, 2017 1

Concerned Citizen of Sierra Leone Sierra Leone Telegraph: 18 May 2017 It is now official. China is no longer just a development partner of the Government and people of Sierra Leone. It is now playing an active part in our national politics, by openly supporting one political party to the [Read More]

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