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Critique Column

Why Sierra Leone Cannot Afford the Price of Political Dithering.

The position of the Sierra Leonean Vice President, Chief Sam Sumana, has become the boiling point of the country’s political debate, after he was featured in a timbergate scandal by the Qatar based news outlet, Al-Jazeera. Analyst and newsmen are predicting conflicting outcomes of the investigation as the President, Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma, who has the last saying, still maintain silence about the issue. [Read more]


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Africa

How the Spirit of Gaddaffi Haunts Libya

Aid agencies and human right organisations say the Libyan National Transitional Council (NTC) is encouraging torture as retributive justice against pro Gaddaffi suspects who were held captive in wake of the revolution; majority are believed to be innocent victims of colour distinction (the Dark Colour). Abdulai Mansaray elaborates on the scenario. [Read more]


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Critique Column

Cry, My Beloved Country

There is no doubt that media is the most powerful entity on earth. Unfortunately, this noble and God given right has been reduced to a begging bowl. Some have used it to promote their personal interests and at the same time become celebrated political griots [Read more]