Proprietor and managing editor of the Standard Times newspaper, Philip Neville, and four other journalists in Sierra Leone are standing trial for alleged defamatory publication and undermining the government of Sierra Leone.
President Julius Maada Bio
The first lady of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Mrs. Fatima Bio, is angry at the ‘serpents and evil people’ around the president.
The broken system has caused an atmosphere of endemic corruption, violations, and the blatant disregard of the rule of law. Today, our young aren’t proud about the family because of the failure of the leaders to own to their responsibility – too much corruption in the public service sector.
The National Assets and Government Property Commission was at State House today to present its Status Report for 2018 to His Excellency President Julius Maada Bio in accordance with Section 6 of the Commission’s Act of 1990.
President Julius Maada Bio Launches educational materials to Support Free Quality Education in Sierra Leone
President Julius Maada Bio has unveiled textbooks, teaching and learning materials worth Le 221 billion ($26.2 million) as a joint-support from UKAid and the Government of Sierra Leone to the free quality education programme in public and government assisted schools.
President Bio implores security agencies in Sierra Leone to collaborate for effective security services
President Julius Maada has met with Heads of the various security agencies in the country to encourage inter-agency collaboration in the provision of effective security services to the nation.
Sierra Leone President Julius Maada Bio will urge a closed meeting to address corruption, defence and democratisation in the region during
the fifty-fourth Session of the Authority of ECOWAS Heads of State opened in the Nigerian capital, Abuja.