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A reputable company, Angelique International Limited on Wednesday, December 4 this year, handed over a modern water treatment plant to the people of Upper Allen Town on the eastern outskirts of Freetown. In handing over the keys of the plant to the Deputy Minister of Water Resources, Hon. Randolf Foday Bayoh, the Project Manager of […]
The Head of Corporate Affairs for Africa Region Standard Chartered Bank Dan Mobley with responsibility for all corporate communications, government relations, sustainability and community initiatives in Africa, as well as developing Standard Chartered’s brand across our African franchises, is expected in Freetown today, to begin a two-day duty tour. Mr. Mobley began his career in […]
The High Court of Sierra Leone has declared an interim injunction on the Paramount Chieftaincy election in Maforki Chiefdom, Port Loko District scheduled for 4th December, 2013 until the hearing and determination of the application. The matter comes up again on 6th December, 2013. The Order of Honourable Justice A. H. Charm came on 29th […]
On the 29th November, 2013 to actualize his past manifesto to his constituents, Honourable Habib Munda launched his transformative development in two sectional headquarters in constituency 017. Hon. Habib Munda has unveiled his flagship project line up for his constituency. It could be recalled that during his campaign in November, 2012 he promised the people […]
For almost a year plus, in the northern city of Makeni, there has been 24 hours power supply from the main Bunbuna hydro dam. But the service, despite every effort of the central government to meeting the sufficient and adequate electricity supply, is turning to be undermined for likely self and parochial interests, by some […]
Monday, 2nd December, saw the referral of a case having to do with one Albert Kargbo of Makeni. Albert was arraigned on five counts, ranging from conspiracy, robbery with violence, wounding with intent, wounding and assault occasioning actual bodily harm. (Photo: Rescuer nearly lost his lower lip to the accused person after a thorough fight) […]
From Winnipeg, Canada, Anthony Kamara (Sr) writes: On a beautiful Tuesday morning, February 4, 1958, the Catholic Mission in northern Sierra Leone started its first Secondary school in the north central city of Makeni with 40 students who became the proud foundation students of the new institution which was to earn the sobriquet of “the […]
As the Chieftaincy election in Sanda Magbolonthor Chiefdom, Port Loko District gets closer, the inhabitants of the Chiefdom have vowed to demonstrate their unflinching support they have for the awaiting Chief, Mr. Umar Abdulai Mansary. The people of Sanda Magbolonthor Chiefdom made their commitment during Mr. Sesay’s campaign where he appealed to the fourteen Sections […]
On Tuesday, November 26, 2013, the Mayor of the Freetown City Council, His Worship Bode Gibson, together with architects and businessmen visited the dilapidated structure of the King Jimmy Market and its environs to appraise themselves with the situation of the building and find the way forward. Addressing the gathering he said they will repair […]
The District Traffic Officer (DTO) of the ‘D’ Divisional headquarters at Kissy, Inspector Victoria I. Sesay, has got very tough with drivers plying her area of responsibility since she took over eight months ago. Latest reports reaching this press indicate that lawless drivers plying the Barracks Old Road recently demonstrated that DTO Victoria Sesay must […]
Following President Koroma’s Agenda for Prosperity in fighting towards development the youths of Moindo village, in the Nyawa Section in the Falla Wandor Chiefdom, Eastern Republic of Sierra Leone have held a meeting and set up themselves in a group to bring development and unfolding issues that have contributed to the downfall of their Chiefdom. […]
Foundation for Democratic Initiatives and Development on the 25th of November visited the Baptist Junior Secondary school in the Central Business District of Freetown Sierra Leone’s capital to engage the school pupils on the inspire Freedom campaign. The FDID team explained to the pupils the need to protect themselves from alcohol and violence as the […]
The Local Government Finance Department in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development [MoFED] held a ten days program for Technical Support Mission for FY 2014 Local Councils Budget formulation and implementation at the Haikal Academy in Bo. The program started on Friday 22nd November 2013 and will end on the 30th November 2013. It […]
Lunsar – (27 November 2013) – On 23 and 25 November, London Mining awarded 954 scholarships, worth a total of over US$ 40,000, to primary and junior secondary students in their operating communities of Marampa and Maforki in the Port Loko District. The Company also donated exercise books, school bags and mathematical sets to primary […]
Victor Dumanskyi, a Ukrainian naturalised Sierra Leonean, who has been in Sierra Leone since 1993, on 25th November, 2013 writes President Ernest Bai Koroma for urgent intervention concerning a portion of land he leased at Hamilton Village, Freetown in 2005. In a letter addressed to President Ernest Bai Koroma, copied to The Chief Justice, Speaker […]
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