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Ebola countdown – setback for Sierra Leone as one person dies in Kambia

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 30 August 2015 After almost 50 days without any new case, and no deaths reported in the last 2 weeks from the Ebola virus in the Kambia district – once at the northern epicentre of the virus, there are confirmed reports today of the death of a [Read More]

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SLPP presidential aspirant Andrew Keili boosts 2018 electoral chances

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 30 August 2015 Over 200 people witnessed the launch of Andrew Keili’s new book at the New Kona Lodge on Friday 28th August, 2015. Andrew Keili is one of the hot favourites in the forthcoming 2018 presidential election in Sierra Leone. Members of Parliament, heads of business [Read More]


I promise to offer a disciplined leadership – says Maada Bio

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 29 August 2015: Former head of state and 2012 presidential candidate of the SLPP, Rtd. Brig. Julius Maada Bio, has told radio listeners in Sierra Leone that SLPP must develop the country for ordinary people. Speaking from London in a radio interview on Kiss 104 FM on [Read More]

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Sierra Leone – a great nation eroded by backward ethnic social engineering

Raymond Dele Awoonor-Gordon Sierra Leone Telegraph: 28 August 2015 A society that places loyalty over objectivity will ultimately be swallowed up by the quicksand of mediocrity. I’m taking a break from my letter to the President, as a result of a few responses and comments on the two I have [Read More]

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David Tam Baryoh in political hot water again with government

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 28 August 2018 There are some people in Sierra Leone today – especially opinion formers that are not lieutenants of the ruling APC party, fifth columnists, or Gestapo sycophants, who sadly have become labelled as enemies of state and subject to constant and persistent political harassment. They [Read More]

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IMF did not approve $12 million loan for Sierra Leone government buses

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 27 August 2015 The infamous Sierra Leone Treasury Secretary – Edmund Koroma – a cousin of president Koroma and one of his sacred cows that are being allowed to graze on the meager funds meant to pay for healthcare, education and fight poverty in Sierra Leone, has [Read More]

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Ebola vaccine trial as Sierra Leone celebrates milestone to ending Ebola

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 25 August 2015 Sierra Leone celebrated an important milestone yesterday, Monday, 24 August 2015. According to WHO report, for the first time in more than a year, no one in the country is being treated for Ebola virus disease and no confirmed new cases have been found [Read More]