Opinion

Sierra Leone's oil refinery must be reopened

Sierra Leone’s oil refinery must be reopened

By NDA Presidential Aspirant Mohamed C. Bah, Atlanta,Georgia. The Sierra Leone Petroleum Refining Company was opened in 1970 as a joint business venture (...)

| June 2011 | 2662 views

Train ride with an SLPP extremist

Train ride with an SLPP extremist

Commentary By Joseph S. Sherman, USA. The bitterness and grudges that engulf partisans of the SLPP against the APC government despite the tolerance and (...)

| June 2011 | 876 views

What is Jambodi’s ‘Secret’?‘

By Oswald Hanciles, Freetown, Sierra Leone. Jambodi’ must have a secret!! ‘Jambodi’ is the pop name for the 69 year old (...)

| June 2011 | 859 views

We must unite as a nation

We must unite as a nation

By NDA Presidential Aspirant Mohamed C. Bah. Today, from the beautiful mountains of Kabala to the Eastern diamond fields of Kono district, the people of (...)

| May 2011 | 955 views

We Take Risks, Others Pay the Price

We Take Risks, Others Pay the Price

By Naomi Klein, CNN. When I met George Awudi, a leader of Friends of the Earth Ghana, he was wearing a bright red T-shirt that said "Do Not Incinerate (...)

| February 2011 | 898 views

The way forward for the SLPP in Sierra Leone

The way forward for the SLPP in Sierra Leone

By Ibrahim Sourie Mansaray, Stockton, California. The new year in Sierra Leone has started with great expectations and hopes from the people. While the (...)

| January 2011 | 863 views

Democracy drives oil debates in Ghana

By Kofi Akosah-Sarpong, USA. The reasonable debate about how future revenues from Ghana’s new oil find, ahead of its formal exploitation early next (...)

| December 2010 | 843 views

The Umaru Fofana politics of extension

The Umaru Fofana politics of extension

By Mustapha M K Sesay, National Secretary General, Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ). On Wednesday, November 17, 2010, at an (...)

| November 2010 | 848 views

Salone Citizenship: Compare and Contrast

Salone Citizenship: Compare and Contrast

By Sewanu Kponou Atlanta, Georgia. Almost two years to the day, a man whose father studied in the United States for a few years, and left, was voted in (...)

| November 2010 | 824 views