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Christian Keili: An Appreciation

Christian Keili: An Appreciation

"Somehow Eddie Smith, also a friend, didn’t get the larger point of my report; he thought I was mocking them. Christian roared with laughter. (...)

| April 2007 | 420 views

Sierra Leone at the Political Crossroads

Sierra Leone at the Political Crossroads

"This is against the backdrop that Kabbah pretty well knew that Momoh never retired but was rather overthrown for what the babyish Valentine Strasser and (...)

| April 2007 | 528 views

Konoland ---A Search for Leadership.

Konoland ---A Search for Leadership.

"Once again , the people of Kono are left to cater for themselves, inspite of the government. As the people strive to rebuild and rehabilate — the (...)

| April 2007 | 832 views

Sierra Leone: a Changing Political Phenomenon

Sierra Leone: a Changing Political Phenomenon

"In this great North and South political divide of the past, Kono district and the Western area have always been the scrambling ground for the APC and the (...)

| April 2007 | 495 views

Bravo to the Gallant Youths of Sierra Leone!

Bravo to the Gallant Youths of Sierra Leone!

"They will sit in their luxurious hotels and bars enjoying themselves. At the end of the day they will declare the elections free and fair and go home to (...)

| March 2007 | 523 views

Pathways from Poverty in Sierra Leone

Pathways from Poverty in Sierra Leone

"Although our moral sense promptly tells us who is poor, because poverty is ocular (we can quickly see it), it is not very easy to provide a quantitative (...)

| March 2007 | 565 views

The Expo treason saga of ten years ago

The Expo treason saga of ten years ago

It is exactly ten years ago today that three editors of EXPO TIMES Newspaper were arrested in Freetown. Ibrahim Seaga Shaw, publisher and Editor-in-Chief; (...)

| March 2007 | 620 views

Mallam O: The Publisher as Writer

Mallam O: The Publisher as Writer

"Writing, for serious writers, is transcendent work; there is a spiritual quality to it. Great publishers share this commitment, but not always - at least (...)

| March 2007 | 446 views