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]


SLPP’s search for its 2018 presidential candidate starts in earnest

February 21, 2017 1

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 21 February 2017 Peace may have returned to Sierra Leone’s main opposition SLPP, but the hard road to selecting the party’s presidential candidate for the 2018 elections is paved with thorns. There are difficulties ahead that need to be resolved now, before the party national convention in [Read More]


Human rights group calls for Sierra Leone Anti-Corruption Commission to be more effective

January 8, 2017 1

CHRDI Sierra Leone Telegraph: 7 January 2017 The Campaign for Human Rights and Development International-CHRDI welcomes the invitation for a genuine and transparent partnership to fight against graft in Sierra Leone. This is a call that has been made by many Sierra Leoneans who reacted to our Press Release in [Read More]


Reasons why the ruling APC must not be replaced in March 2018

March 15, 2017 8

John Baimba Sesay – Beijing China Sierra Leone Telegraph: 15 March 2017 Beyond the outright display of mendacious propaganda by a certain few in the opposition, Sierra Leone has beautiful stories to tell: from her commitment to tackling graft, building on her democratic credentials and sustaining those values of good [Read More]


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]

Election Watch

Sam Sumana returns home – a prodigal son or spanner in the works?

April 15, 2017 4

Abdulai Mansaray Sierra Leone Telegraph: 15 April 2017 The much anticipated return of the erstwhile vice president Sam Sumana to the shores of Sierra Leone is finally here with us. Prior to his return to Freetown, there were a lot of tongues wagging. Speculations are now rife about the how, [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]


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