From the Editor’s Keyboard

Hooliganism Versus the Rule of Law in Sierra Leone

Commentary By Abdulai Bayraytay,Deputy Editor, Toronto, Canada. If media reports about the recent spate of violence in the Sierra Leonean capital of (...)

| March 2008 | 659 views

On Sundry Matters

Editorial Upsurge in Criminal Activities As a country emerging from a devastating war, Sierra Leone has been faced with various forms of criminal (...)

| March 2008 | 884 views

Urgent Call to Resolve the Yenga Impasse

EDITORIAL There are worrying signals coming from the Eastern parts of Sierra Leone over the disputed border town of Yenga between Sierra Leone and (...)

| January 2008 | 1605 views

Bye Bye 2007, Happy New Year Sierra Leone!

By Abayomi Charles Roberts in Edmonton, Canada. Years ending in seven seem to have been ominous in Sierra Leone. That was in the past 40 years, more (...)

| January 2008 | 636 views

2007: The Good and the Bad

By Ayo Mason, PV Special Correspondent, Holland. 2007 may have gone but, for many Sierra Leoneans, public support for human rights, good governance and (...)

| January 2008 | 674 views


APPI NEW YEAR MI NOR DIE-OH, TELL GOD TENKI FOR MI LIFE-OH! On behalf of the Patriotic Vanguard staff and our numerous contributors, I would like to (...)

| December 2007 | 707 views

Commending the Resilience of Sierra Leoneans

By Abdulai Bayraytay in Freetown, Sierra Leone. To reiterate that the West African state of Sierra Leone is the least developed nation in the world (...)

| December 2007 | 717 views

Good night, Puawui!

Commentary By Sahr Musa Yamba ,PV correspondent, Winnipeg, Canada. As I sit behind my keyboard writing this piece, I am laughing, giggling, choking (...)

| December 2007 | 1053 views

Take them to court!

Commentary By Sorie Sudan Sesay, PV Senior Correspondent, Freetown, Sierra Leone. There has been a massive public outcry over claims by the SLPP of (...)

| November 2007 | 2834 views

Some thoughts on President Koroma’s cabinet

Commentary By Ibrahim Seaga Shaw, Guest Writer. As I said elsewhere, most ministers appointed by President Ernest Koroma have since passed (...)

| November 2007 | 1871 views