President George Weah (first left in photo
with Speaker Tunis) has pledged his unwavering support to the new Speaker of
the ECOWAS Parliament, Sidi Mohammed Tunis following his election and
installation ceremony held on Monday, March 9 2020.
The President of the Sierra Leone Association
of Journalists, Ahmed Sahid Nasralla aka ‘De Monk’, yesterday 12th March, 2020 joined
the Managing Director of the Africa Young Voices (AYV) Media Empire, Dr.
Eziekel Duramany-Lakkoh to officially commission a Brand New...
to its already existing Four Ultra-Modern Studio Sets, the Africa Young Voices
(AYV) Media Empire will today, this morning of Thursday 12th March, 2020 officially
launch another Brand New Ultra-Modern Studio Set, making its fifth Studio Set
Former President Ernest Bai Koroma, now leader of Sierra Leone’s major
opposition political party, the All People’s Congress (APC) has together with
his international partnersrescheduled
his several international engagements.
This was communicated yesterday 11th March, 2020 through...
the African Development Bank (ADB) Group, Dr. Akinwumi Ayodeji Adesina
yesterday Wednesday, 11th March, 2020 visited Sierra Leone. He is expected to
be in the country from 11th to 13th March, 2020 on an official visit.
By Mohamed Lamin Banya
Sierra Leone’s Information and Communications
Minister, Mohamed Rahman Swaray says the ministry together with NATCOM and
Mobile Network Operators, have agreed to undertake a scientific cost structure
analysis of the sector to identify...
Electoral Commissioner of the National Electoral Commission (NEC), Mohamed
N’fah Alie Conteh was yesterday ripped off his official military and police
security details and his official vehicle.
made public through a social media post...
His Excellency President Dr Julius Maada Bio has engaged the World Bank
Country Director for Sierra Leone, Liberia and Ghana, Pierre Frank Laporte, on
the state of preparedness to tackle any possible Coronavirus outbreak in the
the World Health Organization (WHO), maternal mortality remains a major concern
in Sierra Leone. Recent statistics show that maternal mortality accounts for 36
percent of all deaths among women age 15-49 in the country. This makes Sierra