By Bishop Julius Laggah , General Secretary – BWOMI, Bishop
of the 2nd Diocese BWOMI (Sierra Leone, Ghana and Nigeria), Senior Pastor,
Bethel Cathedral of Praise, Freetown Sierra Leone
a Citizen of Sierra Leone and as...
By Jeremiah Kargbo
Donating FM radios to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) patients in treatment centers at a time when different groups and organizations are donating money, food and medical items is uncommon, but very essential...
With a mission committed to rally positive actions, inspire a
progressive nation and create an equitable society in Sierra Leone, The Sierra
Leone We Want has commenced an intense Anti-Exams Malpractice campaign
targeting schools across...
Excellency, Dr. Julius Maada Bio last evening of yesterday 9th July, 2020
announced the reopening of religious house across the country.
the president, effective Monday 13th July 2020, all Mosques, Churches and other
ensure the smooth running of Local Councils across the country and accelerate
development in the rural areas, the New Direction led Government of Sierra
Leone has paid and transferred Seventeen Billion, Six Hundred and Sixty-Six
Million, Two Hundred and Fifty-Seven...
The Office of the
Clerk of Parliament has invited Members of Parliament and the public to a
pre-legislative hearings on two Bills entitled: "The Independent Media
Commission Act, 2020 and the Public Order (Amendment) Act, 2020"; on
Monday 13th July 2020...
Idrissa Conteh – Press Attaché to China (Temporarily Assigned to MoGCA)
As part of
the Government effort to end rape in Sierra Leone, President Julius Maada Bio
has officially launched the Sexual and Gender Based Violence...
By Alfred Fornah
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) in collaboration with the International Labour Organization, Ministry of Youth Affairs (MOYA) and the National Youth Commission (NAYCOM) is set to train young people...
President Dr Julius Maada Bio has told a virtual meeting of the diplomatic
community and United Nations leadership in Sierra Leone that the one-stop
centres initiative to address Sexual and Gender-based Violence (SGBV) cases in
referral hospitals is innovative.
The Youth in Agriculture Project has disbursed One Hundred and
Eighty-Eight Million, Nine Hundred and Fifty Thousand Leones as stipend to 451
farm workers in five districts.
Another 50 Million Leones has been paid as compensation fee for a 300