Commentary

The Repealed Criminal Libel Law: an Epoch of Media Emancipation in Sierra Leone

By Cyril Barnes In the face of cynicism and naysaying, the much-talked-about Criminal Libel Law has become a history buried…

The Dilemma of Corruption and Poverty in Sierra Leone

It is intriguing to observe that the nexus between corruption and poverty are their victims.  The suffering of the victims…

“Njala and ACC have ruined my professional, academic career” Prof. Ajayi Emmanuel Femi Gbenga

The Nigerian law professor, who was heading the Njala University Law School, Ajayi Emmanuel Femi Gbenga, who was arrested by…

KKY’s “Garden of Eden Syndrome” Theory on Corruption

By: OSWALD HANCILES COLUMN Tuesday, 23rd of June, 2020, in his spacious air-conditioned office with luxurious brownish sofas in a…

ABU ABU ON THE ROAD TO DAMASCUS

By: Andrew Keili First some disclosure. I have known Abu Abu Koroma a long time as a very respectful person.…

Catholic Priests Break Silence

The confraternities of Archdiocesan priests have break silence on the negative outbursts in the social media concerning Bishop Tamba Charles…

FIAN-Belgium: Killing Sierra Leone Slowly

A case report recently published by FIAN’s international, an international human rights organization continued to project Sierra Leone in a…

What is This Local Content Policy?

Since Parliament on Wednesday 12th July, 2018 enacted into law the “Finance Amendment Act 2018” with a view to improving…

Between Victor Foh And APC

While stalwarts and supporters in the former ruling All People’s Congress (APC) are busy claiming that the Governance Transition Team…

Don’t Promise Bridges where there are no Rivers

It is a new year, the end of a decade and the beginning of another. It is the time to…