Mixed Bag

Mixed Bag

  Microfinance Windfall for SLPP Women  

  Microfinance Windfall for SLPP Women  

By Yusif  Moijuah Microfinance institutions are normally set up to help improve the lives of rural poor women. It is expected to be a pro-poor idea aimed at improving and scaling up livelihoods and alleviating women from extreme poverty.

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Njala May Stall Universities Act 2005 Review

Government through the Ministry Technical and Higher Education (MTHE) has described the Universities Act 2005 as not beneficial to the development of education in Sierra Leone and therefore needs to be reviewed, declared Deputy Minister, MTHE Dr Turad Senesie whiles addressing a weekly press conference at the Ministry of Information and Communication.

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Finance, ACC Laws Muffle NPPA   

Saffa of bread and butter bionomics

Never mind heads of Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) and Ministry of Finance are being tapped on their shoulders for doing great jobs for their defunct ruling Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) new direction regime, which could not change economic narratives as positive outcomes of their so-called efforts are yet to be seen reflecting on the ground in terms of fully actualizing ...

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MCC Scorecard versus the Realities on the Ground

MCC Scorecard versus the Realities on the Ground

In what many describe as a wind government leading to the subsequent announcement of a blotted cabinet and Foreign Service staff placements list, the public has raised serious concerns on the scope of public expenditures by government, with the creation of four news embassies and ministries added already to the long list of recipients of tax payers’ moneys.

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Komoya Amputees, Six Milers Cry For Social Action

Komoya Amputees, Six Milers Cry For Social Action

All nine war-wounded amputees in Komoya village Tambaka chiefdom Karine district, North-West region, are amidst the present stormy economic challenges calling on government to urgently rush to their rescues with the relevant social conveniences.

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…And Koroma Will Not Die Your Death

Ernest Bai Koroma former President of Sierra Leone

By Our Roving News Analyst Amidst wide spread of fake news and hate messages against the main opposition All People’s Congress (APC) party and its leader and chairman former president Dr Ernest Bai Koroma, purporting that Koroma is critical ill is not true as being falsely circulated by ruling Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) party operatives.

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Jalloh, Kamara Are Not Loose Cannons And Must Be Well Tamed

Could this be true that vice president Dr Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh is busy round the clock behind closed doors trying to succeed his boss, president Julius Maada Bio and thus has to immediately start preparing early for the big battle ahead of the incumbent Sierra Leone People’s Party SLPP, or is it that Dr Jalloh had just wanted to intrude ...

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Pro-government PR Handlers Must Hands off Media Probe into Sales of the Rotten Rice

talk back Mr PR man

Journalists investigating the sales of rotten by SAAD Group Sierra Leone Limited appear to be working vein as leading pro-government media defenders continue to stifle their efforts through illicit extortions of moneys from the Lebanese supplier, who claimed to have parked the rice in one of their leaking roof stores at Cline Town, where it got soaked rotten and spoiled.

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Who Killed Sierra Leone Ffoball?

SLFA Chair, Isha-Johansen

By Ben Kabaguae The question of where are the past glories of Sierra Leone football still remains very much topical in several public discussions and debates on so many platforms on the new and mainstream media at home and aboard, as to what exactly went wrong and why the long slumbering of over seventeen years day dreaming of the most ...

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SLPP’s New Direction Denies Accolades to APC’s Agenda For Change, Agenda For Prosperity   

Governance is always regarded as continuous processes as political leaderships coming and outgoing are expected adopt whatever national development programmes and policies any new administration setting in should try to inherit or merge with new ones and work as best as it could to manage and sustain them rather than destroying government programmes and activities of significant national interests, like ...

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