Society for Democratic Initiative (SDI) has said the restriction on the freedom of association creates a chilling effect on people and limits their ability to exercise their Right to freedom of peaceful assembly. There is a justifiable culture of fear in Sierra Leone because people know that if they come out to protest.
The WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has said efforts to end the outbreak are continuing after recent disruptions, but further interruptions could have serious consequences, he warned.
Despite efforts by political stakeholders to address political violence in the country the recent attack on the mayor of Freetown by a crowd of people believed to be supporters of the SLPP, who were gathered outside their party headquarters, just… Read More ›
Sierra Leone: Dr. Sylvia Bluden challenges the election of Julius Maada Bio as President of the Republic of Sierra Leone
I have yesterday Monday April 9th 2018, filed a *STRONG* challenge of the election of Julius Maada Bio as President of the Republic of Sierra Leone
Despite the pronouncement by President Bio that ‘he is a president for all Sierra Leoneans after he was sworn into the office, self-styled vigilantes of the SLPP are now targeting and assaulting public officials.
By John Koroma As President Julius Maada Bio initiated a cross-party committee to address political violence in the country, scores of nothern tribes including Temne, Limba, Loko and Yalunka, are allegedly driven by threats of violence in Kono. This follows… Read More ›