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UK Minister for International Development, Stephen O’Brien MP, is visiting Sierra Leone today (Tuesday 19th July 2011), in his second visit to Sierra Leone as a minister of the United Kingdom Coalition Government. Mr O’Brien will see for himself how UK funding is achieving results for the people of Sierra…
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The best description that presently fits the First Lady of the Republic of Sierra Leone is to call her a combatant. This is as a result of recent occurrences that are painting her as a power abuser, rather than the motherly and kind hearted person Sierra Leoneans used to think…
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Not too long from now the curtains at the Miatta Conference Hall in Freetown will be drawn open to host the long awaited political drama ever in Sierra Leone. That date will witness the opposition Sierra Leone Peoples P arty (SPP) holding their most important convention in the history of…
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Sacked Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Serry Kamal, has finally quit the All People’s Congress (APC) party. Serry Kamal served as Attorney and Minister of Justice since the APC took power in 2007 until December last year. He was sacked in a cabinet reshuffle by President Koroma.
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Once again SLPP flag bearer aspirant has debunked and exposed the attempt by Hon Richard Konteh to mislead the people of Sierra Leone on the Oil Bill. Richard Konteh has made it a habit to deliberately misinform Sierra Leoneans, particularly those in the Diaspora on salient issues about the economic…
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Five persons facing trial in two separate proceedings appeared in court on Friday to plead to charges they attempted to induce witnesses to recant testimony they gave before the Special Court, and thus interfered with the administration of justice. In the first case, two members of Sierra Leone’s defunct Armed…
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A research conducted by Samuel Jibao on The Political economy of property Tax Reform in post-conflict Sierra Leone disclosed that Opposition Councils (Bo and Kenema) are performing Councils while Freetown and Makeni are merely Ruling and not performing. The research on the four major Councils focuses on the growth of…
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