on 06 July 2018

Lawyers present at the 2018 Annual Conference of the Sierra Leone Bar Association (SLBA) applauded statement made by  the Hon. Vice President Dr. Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh on behalf of His Excellency Rtd. Brigadier Julius Maada Bio about government effort in reforming the Judiciary System of Sierra Leone at the Golden Tulip Hotel, Aberdeen, Freetown on Thursday July 5th 2018.

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on 21 May 2018

Like the Industrial Revolution which positively impacted the world throughout the early 1900s, the 2018 Bio’s revolution in Sierra Leone is the gate way for the country to attain a middle income status with serious socio-economic surge.

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Sierra Leone should be the ultimate winner!

posted by: Jonathan Bundu & Ahmed Sahid Nasralla (De Monk)
on 18 February 2018

A group of patriotic musicians have been traveling across Sierra Leone galvanizing citizens’ effective participation in the electoral process through entertainment as the small West African country marches towards General Elections on March 7th 2018.

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on 27 May 2018

One important lesson that the former APC government failed to realize is that power is not absolute. While it is true that life is a foreign language mispronounced by all men, the APC leadership over mispronounced it from the very first day power was handed over to them in 2007, and forgot that the city is not a concrete jungle, but a human zoo were men regardless of their status quo must obey the rules governing the civilized world to the letter.

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DON’T CRY FOUL AFTER THE GAME IS OVER

posted by: DR. SORIE GASSAMA
on 09 March 2018

After so much ramblings and name callings, the much awaited elections that will make or break Sierra Leone are almost here. Some laws in the constitution that  until now have remained dormant, have suddenly surfaced; obviously a deliberate act used by the powers that be to their own advantage, and to deflect the attention of the masses from issues that matter most.

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on 28 January 2018

According to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report, “The narrowing of the participatory process did not end with the transfer of power from President Siaka Stevens to his APC successor President J.S.Momoh in 1985. In deed the succession itself epitomized many of the deficiencies in the wider political process.

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