It is barely two days back that I was engaged in a heated debate with a colleague editor about the law that permits Sierra Leonean civilians to own weapons. In summary, my argument was against that law…I will give you the details later.
Yesterday, just a single day into the aforementioned argument, the police intercepted and gunned down an armed Sierra Leonean at the Golf
The circumstances surrounding the death of an armed man yet to be properly identified is still being investigated.
Police personnel intercepted a man who has only being identified as Donald with a pistol at the Golf Club area in Freetown in the afternoon hours of Wednesday 22nd May 2013.
Just last week Wednesday, the Revenue Watch Institute, published its latest Resource Governance Index for 2013. The Resource Governance Index measures the quality of governance in the oil, gas and mining sector of 58 countries. After almost a year of assembling 46 expert researchers who gathered original data from all the 58 jurisdictions and the findings examined by 56 peer reviewers plus an independent
Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brothers to dwell together in unity! (Psalm 133 vs 1)
The place was St. John's Parish Church, Kailahun. The occasion, the funeral service of Honourable Alice Foyah. The mourners were a who is who of politics in Sierra Leone. APC Secretary General, Osman Yansanneh, Resident Minister East, William Juana Smith, Deputy speaker, Chernor Bah, Minister of Water Resources, Momodu Maligi, Labour Minister, Matthew Teambo, Logus Koroma and a host of APC MPs were united with
The National Telecommunications Commission (NATCOM) has issued a stern warning to the Airtel mobile company.
The country's telecoms regulator has asked Airtel to perform or quit.
A NATCOM spokesman told The New People Online that Airtel has been given a twenty one (21) day ultimatum to improve its network of face
The recent rancorous confrontation between South African miners and the reckless Police Officers in the American Platinum Mining Complex in Rustenburg Marikan mine sent shocked waves and disseminated animosity among locals as well as condemnation across the international community when the Platinum industrial dispute was viciously settled by the used of arms and ammunitions against miners who legitimately
British Prime Minister David Cameron has condemned Liberia and Sierra Leone for the lack of transparency in the two sister countries for not allowing mineral wealth to develop them.
"We ... need to make sure that mineral wealth in developing countries becomes a blessing, not a curse. It is to the shame of the whole world that a lack of