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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]

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The wheels of the Sierra Leone opposition SLPP peace process are now fully engaged

February 12, 2017 5

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 12 February 2017 The members of the newly formed peace committee of Sierra Leone’s main opposition SLPP party (Photo) have gone to work in earnest. Since their appointment last Wednesday, they have been hard at work trying to consolidate the party’s hard won peace settlement. But more [Read More]

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An appeal to all my SLPP brothers and sisters for sustainable peace and unity 

February 11, 2017 2

Abdulai Braima Sierra Leone Telegraph: 11 February 2017 Let us please come together and push the Peace Process with the strength of fanatical zeal that was on display during the sad stretch of our factional “warfare”. Right now SLPP needs champions of peace, not heroes of war. The energy that [Read More]

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Sierra Leone opposition SLPP at the cusp of a long awaited peace deal

February 9, 2017 1

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 9 February 2017 After years of self-flagellation which almost led to the calamitous downfall of Sierra Leone’s main opposition SLPP party, there is news today of an end to its downward spiral. Peace it seems has finally returned where there was once anarchy, division and infighting among [Read More]

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Has Jammeh agreed to step down or is he making a fool of the world?

January 21, 2017 1

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 21 January 2017 There are serious doubts tonight as to whether former president of The Gambia Yahya Jammeh has agreed to step down and leave the country, so as to allow the democratically elected president Adama Barrow to return from exile in neighbouring Senegal to form his [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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