President of Sierra Leone, Julius Maada Bio has in a
radio broadcast stated that this country has recorded the first case of
COVID-19; which in other words means that we are no longer safe as far as
preventing COVID-19 from...
numbers coming in from around the world are daunting. Reading the news is
frightening. Even worse, are the disturbing pictures on TV about the impact of
the Coronavirus pandemic.
the world careens into another week and...
Alhaji Mohamed Wusha-Conteh
The Forum of Islamic
Organization for Peaceful Coexistence in Serra Leone comprising of the Sunni,
Shia and Ahmadiyya sect communities has launched its Coronavirus sensitization
drive at the Texaco Lorry Park on Friday 27th...
By Sorie Sengbe Marrah
The President has the
LEGAL AUTHORITY AND POWER under our nation’s Constitution to declare a State of
Emergency for the sake of public health and safety amongst others. The global
Coronavirus pandemic does...
By Mohamed Kai
Former Deputy Minister
of Defence and former Minister of Internal Affairs respectively in the APC-led
government, Rtd. Major Alfred Paolo Conteh, the Deputy Commissioner of Small
Arms Commission, Sahr Antony Sinnah and Justice of...
Michala Mackay has
been appointed as the new Director and Chief Operating Officer of the
Directorate of Science, Technology, and Innovation (DSTI).
DSTI, Mackay was CEO and Registrar of the Corporate Affairs Commission. Prior
President Julius Maada Bio has urged Sierra Leoneans to
remain vigilant, promote social distancing and avoid unnecessary physical
contact, so as to help the fight against the Coronavirus entering Sierra Leone.
Speaking to Christian leaders and...
… Climate Executive Director Warns
Sheku Mohamed Sillah
The Executive Director for Climate Change Forum
Network Sierra Leone (CCFN-SL), Amara Salami Kanu has disclosed that, the six
months interval weather pattern in...
By Mohamed Lamin Banya
The government of Sierra Leone has closed all its land borders
with neighboring Guinea and Liberia effective midnight of Friday 27th
This come shortly after the Guinean...
By Stanford Bridge
In the wake of the
global Coronavirus pandemic that is ravaging the world, Sierra Leoneans have
passionately appealed to the National Telecommunications Commission (NATCOM) and Mobile Network Operators
(MNOs) to reduce communication tariffs on...