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Sierra Leone children’s affairs minister Sylvia Blyden facing death threats

January 28, 2017 1

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 28 January 2017 Despite serious and credible death threats to stop today’s programme, Hon. Dr. Sylvia Olayinka Blyden will at 1:00pm today Saturday, 28th January, 2017, break her silence on the CFN issue live on AY TV and radio, surrounded by children from western area, Kailahun, Kenema, [Read More]

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President Koroma is an effective leader says Maada Bio at State House  

October 12, 2015 6

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 12 October 2015 Julius Maada Bio – the 2012 presidential candidate for the Sierra Leone Peoples’ Party (SLPP), returned home yesterday, 11th October, after pursuing his doctoral studies at the Bradford University in the UK. But it is not certain whether he has finally completed and obtained [Read More]

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The calamity of an APC government stewardship of the Sierra Leone economy – post 2018 elections

July 7, 2017 9

John Mannah Sierra Leone Telegraph: 7 July 2017 One of the prime reasons why citizens of democratic sovereign states enter into ‘social contract’ with their elected government, and entrust their sovereignty, individual liberty and freedom to the ruling political party is for that government to in turn promise to promote [Read More]

News in Perspective

Ebola may be gone but political repression is entrenched in Sierra Leone

December 24, 2015 0

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 24 December 2015 Over a month ago, the World Health Organisation declared Sierra Leone free of the Ebola virus that had taken the lives of over 4,000 people and robbed millions of their dignity. Corruption and poor governance are the root causes of the spread of Ebola, [Read More]

In Focus

Women in Sierra Leone can now wear trousers to the country’s law courts without facing arrest  

July 13, 2017 2

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 13 July 2017 Sierra Leone is slowly catching up with 21st century standards of human rights, including the right of women to wear whatever they choose to wear – including trousers, and enter the precincts of the country’s law courts without being arrested and or assaulted by [Read More]

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