Kenyan voters need to resist the allure of voting for the usual suspects

April 28, 2017 0

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 28 April 2017 In a few months Kenyan voters will have the chance to make choices that could change the political landscape. Historically voters have tended to sacrifice this right at the altar of tribe, money or personality. But, writes Yvonne Rowa Woods, Kenyans can turn their [Read More]



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]


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

January 28, 2017 0

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]


Sierra Leone’s former chief of staff Richard Konteh acquitted – nolle prosequi

April 14, 2017 0

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 14 April 2017 A court document received by the Sierra Leone Telegraph, has confirmed unofficial report that the High Court in Freetown on Tuesday, 11th of April, 2017, threw out the forgery and corruption charges made against the former State House Chief of Staff – Richard Konteh [Read More]


Our case for change in Sierra Leone

February 16, 2017 1

Sulaiman Banja Tejan-Sie Sierra Leone Telegraph: 16 February 2017 Sierra Leone, the motherland has had its share of tragedy in recent years. It suffered an eleven years internecine war and lately an Ebola epidemic that has today resulted in an unprecedented economic hardship that has further deepened poverty and unleash [Read More]


Sierra Leone ruling APC party is dragging the country to hell – says Alie Kabba

November 14, 2016 6

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 14 November 2016 The streets of Freetown and other major towns and cities across Sierra Leone remain tense, as the people of Sierra Leone react to the government’s announcement last week to remove the subsidy that has for several years, helped to cushion the poor from the [Read More]


Kandeh Yumkella addresses members of the All Aspirants Alliance

February 26, 2017 0

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 26 February 2017 Sierra Leone’s main opposition SLPP is taking hard decisions about the way forward to its forthcoming national convention, which is expected to take place in May 2017. This is in sharp contrast to the ruling APC party which is being seen as stifling free [Read More]

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Armed soldiers stormed police station in Freetown to free a senior military officer

April 21, 2017 2

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 21 April 2017 There was pandemonium outside a local police station in the east of Freetown this week when armed soldiers got off a military truck and stormed Ross Road police station, apparently to free a senior military officer who had been arrested and was being held [Read More]

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