You are here

News

A large number of Sierra Leoneans from the Diaspora have confided in The Spectator that the people of Sierra Leone need to commend President Koroma for facilitating sterling development projects right around the country.
According to them the massive road construction and rehabilitation in different parts of the country are things which Sierra Leoneans should be very proud of judging from the fact that the previous Government the current APC led Government succeeded failed to do so impressively.

Author: 
Cecil Cole-Showers Jnr

Passengers on board the MV Mahera ferry past Wednesday night received the shock of their lives when it became crystal clear to them that the ferry had developed a problem and could not proceed with the journey bound for the Kissy terminal after it has moved up to about one hundred yards from the Targrin axis.

Author: 
Cecil Cole Showers Jnr

“Press freedom and the free flow of information are necessary not only to inform citizens about the [Sustainable Development] Goals, but to enable them to hold their leaders accountable for fulfilling the pledges they have made,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in his message marking World Press Freedom Day, which is observed on 3 May each year.
It is exactly the date of the letter, in which Green Scenery and FIAN, reported The Spectator to the Independent Media Commission (IMC), a very sad situation.

Author: 
Moiguah Moiguah

Socfin Agricultural Company situated in the Pujehun District in Southern Sierra Leone has developed a large oil plantation which has started production recently. With the large number of employees, the company is now recruiting a Medical Doctor, (a physician with a degree in medicine MD or MBCh13) whose duties will include but not be limited to the following:
• Full time contract
• The physician will report directly to the General Manager and will have a functional reporting line to the Chief Medical Officer of the Socfin Group

Author: 
SOCFIN

Revelation coming from the Ministry of Social Welfare, Gender and Children Affairs should be a worrying episode for the erstwhile Minister Moiugue Kai- Kai.
Allegation and counter-allegations unearthed by the current Minister of Social Welfare based on her familiarization tours of regional offices speak volumes of how the sacked Minister should be investigated and brought to book by the Anti-Corruption Commission.
Various newspapers reports were yesterday carrying screaming headlines involving a fake internet service accorded to Child Protection in Sierra Leone.

Author: 
Cecil Cole-Showers

The Managing Director of Radisson Blu Hotel, Mammy Yoko, Aberdeen, Nunes Neves has said that he would be receiving a ‘Crisis Communications’ award at the African Excellence Awards ceremony to be hosted in Cape Town, South Africa.
Addressing journalists at a recently concluded press conference the MD explained that the award came at a time when the Hotel has just clocked its second anniversary, which was on Friday 15th April.

Author: 
Cecil Cole-Showers Jnr

The newly appointed Minister of Internal Affairs , Alfred Palo Conteh, has intimated the media that he is ready and well prepared to deal with debilitating complaints relating to bike riders who ply especially within the capital city of Freetown.
He made this pronouncement in the wake of he and cries from the public about the ways bike riders are violating their rights in using most of the main roads they traverse.

Author: 
By: Cecil Cole-Showers

“Press freedom and the free flow of information are necessary not only to inform citizens about the [Sustainable Development] Goals, but to enable them to hold their leaders accountable for fulfilling the pledges they have made,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in his message marking World Press Freedom Day, which is observed on 3 May each year.
It is exactly the date of the letter, in which Green Scenery and FIAN, reported The Spectator to the Independent Media Commission (IMC), a very sad situation.

Author: 
Cecil Cole-Showers Jnr

Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) strong member, Mr. Franklyn Rogers on Wednesday 11th March 2015 urged all stakeholders including the government to provide all essential facilities on water and sanitation before the reopening of schools.

Rogers made this statement at a press conference held at solace Relaxation, Ferguson Street, Freetown.

Mr. Rogers informed that it was timely for everybody to put hands on deck in order to reach the World Health Organization benchmark.

Author: 
hassan
Hon. Kalokoh hand over cheque to Church members

As part of his programs to promote peace and religious tolerance in the Kissy community, the Member of Parliament for Constituency 102, Western Area Urban, Alie Kalokoh this week donated four million Leones to the Church of Prophecy, sand and stones for the ongoing reconstruction of Masjid Salaam at Fisher Lane.

Addressing the congregations, Hon. Alie Kalokoh informed that the donation of the four million Leones to the Church was through the invitation of the Jonathan House members who requested for his assistance for the painting of the Church in a bid to change its face look.

Author: 
hassan

Pages

Sponsors