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CHRDI Calls On Government to Reject Salary Proposal

The Campaign for Human Rights and Development International (CHRDI) draws the attention of the Government of Sierra Leone, CSOs and citizens, to stop the current initiative in the Sierra Leone Parliament to increase the salaries of the Members of Parliament. This attempt to increase MPs’ salaries, including benefits such as wardrobe allowances, demonstrates that out […]

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Bike Rider Committed to High Court

Twenty-nine-year-old bike rider, Ibrahim Mohamed Kamara, was yesterday committed to the High Court of Freetown by Magistrate Sahr Kekura of the Pademba Road Court No.1 for the alleged murder of one Alpha Sankoh The accused person was before the court on one count of murder contrary to law. According to the police file, it was […]

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Sports

Africa’s Top Coaches on course to Completing CAF Pro License

CAF has taken yet another giant step towards advancing the standard of African football, through its ongoing strategy of taking African football to the next level. 23 top African coaches participate in the historical CAF Pro License The governing body of African football, CAF is currently hosting 23 of the best managers on the continent […]

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Adventure

Call for Grass Root Pan Africanism Grows

By: Eng. Tom Isingoma Mwesiga Prof. Plo-Lumumba, Ll.D, D. Litt (Hc), Fcps (K), Fkim “Values, knowledge, understanding, like trees, have roots, stems, leaves, and fruits do not come by accident, but they are natured. The good future belongs to the organized, but the better future belongs to the most organized and disciplined. So, youths don’t […]

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Security

APC Comrade Breaks Silence on Census

I have been hearing a lot of rabble-rousing amongst my APC comrades about going to Court over the Census results. What will be the legal grounds for going to Court? I don’t see any illegal action by the SLPP Regime. As I had repeatedly stated in my Audios last year, the SLPP Government and the […]

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Action

Brief Comparison between 2015 and the 2021 Mid-Term Population Census

Eastern region In 2015 = 1,642,370 In 2022 = 1,939,122 Percentage increase 18% Northern region In 2015 = 2,508,201 In 2022 = 2,502,881 No increase in population but a decrease Percentage decrease 0.2% Pls note that my figure for 2021 for north includes (North and North West) Southern Region In 2015 = 1,441,308 In 2021 […]

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Electronics

NCP Praises NSBT

The National Commission for Privatisation (NCP) has hailed the management of Nectare Sierra Leone Break Bulk Terminal (NSBT) for the launch of a 13 Million Dollar Berth expansion project at the Sierra Leone Ports Authority, Queen Elizabeth II Quay. While representing the Chairman and Commissioner the Executive Secretary of NCP madam Safura Rogers appreciated the […]

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News

Alfred Peter Conteh Celebrated

The All Peoples Congress Party Interim Transitional Governance Committee (ITGC) headed by Alfred Peter Conteh continues to receive commendation from fellow comrades of the APC in steering the day to day affairs of the party to the admiration of grassroots members who are applauding the latter for bringing reforms to the APC. Though some section […]

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No Lip Service on Bond Wurie Impersonators

I continue to remind all friends and relatives that, I will never ask anyone for money on social media, especially using a mosque. It has been reported that, someone is using my photos and name harassing people for money in the name of a mosque repair in Gbinti. I WANT TO MAKE IT CLEAR THAT […]

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Racing

Njala Lecturer Implicated

The Scorpion Squad of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC), on the morning hours of Thursday 2nd June 2022, executed a search and arrested the Proprietor of the Moses Academy International School, Ibrahim Turay and eleven candidates writing the West Africa School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE) at the No 8 Turay Drive, Deep-eye Water private residence of the […]

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