The inscrutable diamond solidity of the Sierra Leonean political soul, indeed of that of any modern nation, lurches deep and bristles strong within the long term goals of that nation. This is neatly defined by and encapsulated in the entirety of the overlapping political trends - not just from the philosophical stand point but more so from the practical enactments of those desirable ideals that are so often boldly re-echoed at election times only to be whistled away in the days following the giddy fanfare that accompanies the regular ritualistic voting exercise.
OPINION: In recent days, Audit Sierra Leone has inspired the wanton generation of grossly irresponsible headlines in our national newspapers that are as bold as they are misleading: “5 billion dollars stolen” (it turns out that is a vile lie: Sierra Leone does not have 5 billion dollars lying anywhere to be stolen by anyone.
The Right to Access Information Commission (RAIC) in collaboration with the Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ) organized a Training of Trainers Workshop for Journalists on the Freedom of Information Law on Friday, 23rd October, 2020, at the Family Kingdom Resort, Aberdeen, Freetown.
The Right to Access Information Commission (RAIC) has joined other countries across the globe to commemorate the International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI). The proclamation of 28th September every year as IDUAI has created the platform for citizens, civil society organizations and partners to reflect on the significance of data access.
Young British-born Sierra Leonean educator Karimah Shaw has launched an online platform called WHAT’S NEXT to give young Sierra Leoneans at home and in the Diaspora a voice that will empower them to inspire a transformational change in their country’s development trajectory
“Let me commend the organizers for doing a great job.” “Thankfully, President Ernest Bai Koroma has laid the foundation exemplifying a good leadership. He has created the platform in promoting democratic good governance...
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