Opinion

A Job Well Done

By Claudio Brima Kamara, USA. Finally the 2012 parliamentary and presidential elections have ended after positive and negative campaigns by all (...)

| November 2012 | 2220 views

Doubts Over SLPP Allegations

By Alpha Jalloh, PV Freetown Bureau Chief. The series of allegations levied by the Sierra Leone Peoples Party, (SLPP) after the November 17 polls have (...)

| November 2012 | 2143 views

Julius Maada Bio’s Report Card

By John L. Musa, Freetown, Sierra Leone. The Open Government Initiative (OGI) has completed a Citizens Report Card (CRC) of His Excellency Dr. Ernest (...)

| November 2012 | 5160 views

A look at American Voters and Politicians

By Vivian Gorvie, USA. I am amazed at the simplicity of some voters the world over, but it seems to me that the average American voter who who is (...)

| October 2012 | 2337 views

November Elections: Advice for the Youths

By B. Claudio Kamara, USA. Less than five weeks from now, Sierra Leoneans will again go to the polls to vote for their parliamentary candidates who will (...)

| October 2012 | 2522 views

Anthony Kamara Responds to Eddie Momoh

By Anthony Kamara, Winnipeg, Canada. ANTHONY KAMARA RESPONDS TO EDDIE MOMOH’S FALLACY OF THE ‘AGENDA FOR CHANGE’ (Part 2) POSTING IN THE EXPO TIMES OF (...)

| September 2012 | 3311 views

Sierra Leone: ONS Warning

By Alpha Rashid Jalloh, Freetown. For decades entering parliament has been hinged on the party’s “main man”, but in recent years with the emergence of new (...)

| September 2012 | 2802 views

How the Best Leaders Build Trust

By Alpha Umaru Shaw, Toronto, Canada Almost everywhere we turn, trust is on the decline. Trust in our culture at large, in our institutions, and in our (...)

| July 2012 | 2938 views

World Vision and Statistics

By Titus Boye-Thompson, Freetown. A recent World Vision report stated that 90 children die every day in Sierra Leone. That this is untrue, in all its (...)

| July 2012 | 3307 views

On Press Freedom

By Ian Hughes, British High Commissioner to Sierra Leone. A free press can, of course, be good or bad, but, most certainly without freedom, the press (...)

| June 2012 | 2977 views

May the Best Man Win

By Ian Hughes, British High Commissioner to Sierra Leone. ’In the end, the game comes down to one thing: man against man. May the best man win.’ Sam Huff (...)

| April 2012 | 2331 views