EYE ON SIERRA LEONE

The resilience of our forefathers was the driving force that led to the April 27th 1961 independence declaration for Sierra Leone by Great Britain. However, the nod from our colonisers…

We can do Better

The last twelve months have been very challenging for the world at large. The COVID-19 pandemic brought about an unprecedented change in economies, health and global traveling, with series of…

LEAVE IT TO NAASU by Naasu G. Fofanah

REVIEW by Augustine Sorie-Sengbe Marrah There are those who write stories and there are ones who tell stories from the heart. “Leave it to Naasu” is a fractional autobiography that…

Public Officials Must Be Regulated

Dear Editor, Public Officials Must Be Regulated There is a new trend with government officials, especially on how ministers conduct themselves when it comes to public engagement. This is mostly…

A Virus ‘Next Door’, Time to Act!

Much remains to be understood about the 2019 new coronavirus. Since the new virus was first detected in Wuhan, China, in late December, to date, it has killed over 700…

Eye on SierraEye

Readers, The last couple of months have been intriguing. Amidst rising political tensions, we witnessed another round of talks on national cohesion between the President and the leadership of the…

Editor’s Desk

From The Editor’s Desk Dear readers, It has been close to a year since the new administration of President Julius Maada Bio was elected into office. There were commitments to…