By Ahmed Sahid Nasralla (De Monk) Strongly condemning Sierra Leone’s 1861 Abortion law, IPAS Country Director and Senior Policy Adviser, Valerie Tucker, said women should be free to express their reproductive health choices. “No woman should die by expressing her… Read More ›
JOHANNESBURG, South-Africa, March 18, 2015/ — Despite the vast opportunities that Africa is presenting to various brands and businesses, communicating with the continent’s one billion consumers can be a challenge due to the various cultures, political situations and language barriers… Read More ›
The ongoing intra-political battle between the Vice President Alhaji Sam-Sumana and the National Advisory Committee of the ruling APC Government is attracting regional and sectional interventions with APC supporters from Kono demanding his resignation while the Kono District Council and the Koidu… Read More ›
By Joseph S. Margai With millions of Leones spent in the construction of the new water facility in Kpandebu in Kailahun District for sustainable pipeborne water supply to the township, residents claimed they are presently facing the worst water shortage…. Read More ›
The Chairman of the Kono District Council, Richard Abdulrahman Koninga, and the Mayor of Koidu New Sembehun City Council, Saa Emerson Lamina, in a joint press statement in reaction to the expulsion of the VP from the APC party has… Read More ›
By State House Communications Unit The people of Port Loko and Kambia through their District Ebola Coordinating Centers (DERCs) Saturday 14 March, 2015, received stern warnings from President Ernest Bai Koroma to refrain from secret and unsafe burials as it… Read More ›
Sierra Leone Government vehemently denies Vice-President Sam Sumana’s claims about threats to his life
The Minister of Information and Communications, Mr. Alpha Sahid Kanu, and Outreach Coordinator of the Sierra Leone Government, Mr. Abdulai Bayraytay, dismissed Mr. Sumana’s fears, which Bayraytay described as “ludicrous”. They denied that troops were bent on harming the VP and stated that the soldiers were deployed to ensure effective quarantine measures around the vice president. “It is just the usual measures taken to ensure effective quarantine of Ebola suspects,” Mr. Bayraytay said.