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The principal for the senior secondary school at the Sierra Leone Muslim brotherhood Mohammed Amran Swaray has in an exclusive interview with this medium highlighted constrains that could be in a way hamper the smooth running of the one shift system amongst others which he said his management has suggested to the government that the one shift system would not be materialized in the 2018/19 academic year.

Author: 
Spectator News

The principal for the senior secondary school at the Sierra Leone Muslim brotherhood Mohammed Amran Swaray has in an exclusive interview with this medium highlighted constrains that could be in a way hamper the smooth running of the one shift system amongst others which he said his management has suggested to the government that the one shift system would not be materialized in the 2018/19 academic year.

Author: 
Spectator News

One of the legacies of the former President Ernest Bai Koroma-led All People’s Congress (APC) Government was the deamalgamation of notable chiefdoms mainly in the Northern Region as well as the creation of two new districts in the same region in addition to the existing fourteen – Karene and Falaba Districts.

Author: 
Thomas Vandi Gbow

The BBC’s stringer, Umaru Fofana has quoted Vice President Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh as saying that the world’s football governing body – FIFA is to advise the Confederation of African Football (CAF) to reschedule Sierra Leone’s matches against Ghana in the ongoing AFCON 2019 qualifiers to be held in Cameroon.

It could be recalled that CAF cancelled the fixtures due to the FIFA ban on Sierra Leone following the suspension of the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) President, Isha Johansen and General Secretary, Christopher Kamara.

Author: 
SPECTATOR NEWSPAPER

Youths and football stakeholders across the Western Area yesterday stormed the Ministry of Sports with placards to register their dissatisfaction with the non-compliance of the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) to organize the overdue Congress for a new Executive to take the administration of the F.A.

Author: 
Cecil Cole-Showers Jnr

Unsuccessful presidential candidate for the former ruling All People’s Congress (APC) in the March, 2018 national elections, Dr. Samura Mathew Wilson Kamara hasreportedly engaged in agricultural activities in his paternal home, Kamalo in the new district of Karene in the Northern Region.

Author: 
Cecil Cole-Showers Jnr

The current poor status of the road leading to Sani Abacha Street, opposite the 

Clock Tower and the Eastern Police Station in Freetown leads to vehicles and Keke being trapped in the middle of the road due to the heavy down pour of rain.

Street flooding on Wednesday and the bad condition of the road led to some minute’s standstill for Keke rider Osman Kamara together with the three passengers on board.

Author: 
Ilyasa Baa

Customers banking with Guarantee Trust Bank (GTB) have registered their dissatisfaction with the management of the bank for sending erroneous notification transactions to them in the evening of 30th July, 2018.

It could be recalled that there was a mad rush across the various outlets of GTBank customers queued to check their transaction balance after previous transactions were sent to them as part of their respective account balance.

Author: 
Cecil Cole-Showers Jnr

We Give All (WGA), a Diaspora led charity Foundation on Saturday, 28 July joined other organizations around the world to commemorate World Hepatitis Day with an aim of raising awareness of the global burden of hepatitis and to influence action.

 

The commemoration was held at Congress Hall, Adelaide Street in Freetown.

 

Author: 
Saffia Abu

There still exists a small West African State called Sierra Leone which used to be called the Athens of West African. These accolades came from the great mark that this nation made on education in the African Sub-region. Many countries in Africa were sending students to Sierra Leone to get an education. Many Teachers would also migrate from other parts of Africa to Sierra Leone to teach; not to talk about the many around the African continent; particularly West Africa, who acquired their university education from the Great Fourah-Bay College - the first University in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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