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Let's get serious

Let’s get serious

By Titus Boye-Thompson,Guest Writer, Freetown. The English have a word for it. It is known as ignominy. It is the demonstration of silly behaviour when a (...)

| August 2017 | 1288 views

President Koroma mourns like a statesman

President Koroma mourns like a statesman

By Titus Boye-Thompson, Guest Writer, Freetown. Very few will see the impact that President Koroma brings to times of very high emotions and grief. This (...)

| August 2017 | 1230 views

President Koroma and the War Victims Trust Fund

President Koroma and the War Victims Trust Fund

Editor’s Note: This article was first published here on October 22, 2009. By Bai-Bai Sesay, PV correspondent, Freetown, Sierra Leone. After our (...)

| August 2017 | 1287 views

Not Everybody Can Become a Minister

Not Everybody Can Become a Minister

Editor’s Note: This editorial written by Gibril Koroma, was first published October 16, 2007. Editorial Since the naming of a cabinet by president (...)

| August 2017 | 1944 views

APC Bounces Back With Vigour

APC Bounces Back With Vigour

Editor’s Note: This editorial by publisher Gibril Koroma, was first published here in the Patriotic Vanguard on April 17th, 2007. "The next step for (...)

| July 2017 | 1391 views

The Mano River Union: An update

The Mano River Union: An update

By Titus Boye-Thompson, Guest Writer, Freetown, Sierra Leone. Economic integration institutions are very highly dependent on political will and the (...)

| July 2017 | 1596 views

Should Rwanda be the template for project Africa?

Should Rwanda be the template for project Africa?

By J Boima Rogers, Oxford, UK. The rise of Rwanda from its nadir in 1994 when 800,000 people were killed in genocide against the minority Tutsi has been (...)

| July 2017 | 2569 views

Be patriotic and pay the toll fee

By David Y. Worry, Freetown. If drivers can book each day to Drivers Union, book to implicitly bribe police officers manning their route for NO good (...)

| June 2017 | 1046 views

Beware of the politics of envy and vengeance

Beware of the politics of envy and vengeance

By Titus Boye-Thompson, Guest Writer, Freetown, Sierra Leone. It is interesting how people easily forget the past and for political expediency feel (...)

| June 2017 | 1918 views