Mixed Bag

Mixed Bag

  Unfulfilled Tourism Boom Promises

Sierra Leone before the civil was one of the world’s accessible tourist destinations and used to receive tourists from all over the world due to the country’s rich touristic potentials not until the conflict scare that drove out the regular visitors and other friends of the beautiful nation.

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Ethno-Regional Divide Won’t Earn SLPP a Comeback in 2023

With everything still remained unchanged since last April when the new government came into office to date, Sierra Leone’s socio-economic and political situation always remains the same with nothing seems to be working much as reforms are concerned.

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Massive Enlistment of Women or Dividing the RSLAF

Despite allegations of forceful resignations of senior officers from active service, and the recent alleged disappearance of one Captain Edwin Kamara from detention at Wilberforce Barracks, the Commanding-In-Chief of the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces RSLAF, president Dr Julius Maada Bio last Saturday 7th September, 2019 decorated 50 0fficers cadet and 250 recruits at passing out ceremony at the Armed ...

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Highlights of Bio’s Timely Accomplishments

Barely a year and six months ago when president Dr Julius Maada Bio took up state governance and occupied himself with the daunting task of investing in Sierra Leone’s human resources to foster sustainable national development.

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BIO TURNING OFF SHINING LIGHTS ON KOROMA’S PATRIOTIC LEGACIES

By Yusif Moijuah The cries of Sierra Leoneans for good leadership were once answered by God Almighty Allah when he graciously gave us honest and patriotic former President, Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma, yet the cries continued onto the 2018 elections and where we are at the moment as a nation.

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Where Are Our 5,000 Solar Lights Prof Chief Minister? Citizens Ask

Chief Minister, Prof. David Francis

By Ben Kabaguae Sierra Leone’s Chief Minister Prof. David John Francis is having sleepless nights, and he’s deeply tormented since he noticed that he is no longer in the good books of his boss president Julius Maada Bio, and that his job is on the line for failure to meet deadlines for the installations of the 5,000 solar lights nationwide ...

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Defiant Foreign Exchange Rate Exposes SLPP Lies

The governing Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) propaganda that they inherited the “worst economy since dependence empty coffers” with a “broken” and “battered” economy from the last All People’s Congress (APC) regime, has in the first place exposed the lack of common sense, ineptitude of president Julius Maada Bio’s classroom economists.

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Massive Joblessness Escalating Armed Robberies All Over

By Jon Prynn “An idle mind is the devil’s workshop,” is the menace faced by country, starting with the storming of residents of Freetown, the head of a Korean fishing company at Fogbo, in the western rural district, Koribondo Road Bo southern region, Themne Town, Upper Allen Town, resident of Mr Alpha Osman Timbo at Rokupa by armed robbers, and ...

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SLPP Vampire Economists, the Politics of Debts

Saffa of bread and butter bionomics

Although voters were never promised domestics and foreign debts redemption by Julius Maada Bio during his presidential campaigns in 2012 and in 2018 but, the government’s immediate switch to debts management is not helping the local business sectors especially those in the infrastructure sector.

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Water Sector Shortfalls Are Not Quenching Thirsts  

By Yusuf Mouguah Fresh promises emerged as if we were just still at the cradle of last March 2018 presidential campaigns, rather a commemoration of the first anniversary marking the celebration of massive failures and unfulfilled promises made by President Julius Maada Bio while seeking the office of power and president Bio.

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