The Munku JC in Freetown, a Lesson for Every Diasporean

By Othman Sheriff, Editor, CEN Though the tickets cost higher than the reckless, ill-managed Arab shuttle that usually arrive two weeks ahead of passengers’ personal effects, the economy class of SN Brussels was filled to capacity and the narrow seats made more uncomfortable by the turbulence that buffeted the plane.    At the balcony seat sat a tall, slim guy with a dark spectacles...