Note of Apology from the Critique Echo Editorial Desk.

Othman Sheriff, Editor, CEN
Dedicated reporters, freelance contributors, regular readers, I wish to take this opportunity to apologize to you all for not updating this site for weeks.  The reason is that I was busy with some important jobs in Nyawa, Nogowa and Malegohun chiefdoms in Kenema district – eastern Sierra Leone where, unfortunately, I had no access to a proper internet facility throughout the period under review.  I was able to subscribe to Sierratel and Airtel internet facilities though, but both couldn’t serve the purpose since their download/Upload speed didn’t allow me to even access my Control Panel talk-less of publishing a single article. The lack of power supply was also another factor.  

Two of our freelancers tried to do the job based on a brief technical orientation on telephone,  unfortunately, they couldn’t properly digest the sophisticated Control Panel of the CMS we are using.  

I therefore take full responsibility for any inconvenience you might have suffered as a result of this long period of silence since most of you depend on Critique Echo to keep you updated about important news, opinions, events and analyses about Sierra Leone.   

We will start bringing you the latest news, opinions, events and analyses about Sierra Leone right from the German federal capital of Berlin, starting from 12:00pm tomorrow in German time.

About Othman Sheriff 49 Articles
Born and raised in Kenema district, eastern Sierra Leone, Othman Sheriff began practicing journalism during his school days as a youthhood hobby. With a bachelor degree in mass-media and communication, and Master’s degree in development and peacebuilding, Sheriff is the Editor in Chief and CEO of Critique Echo Newspaper. While tirelessly using journalism as a tool to place his country’s socioeconomic and political landscape under a magnifying glass, Sheriff is deeply involved in community development projects. Over the years, Sheriff has formulated and implemented billions of Leones worth of development projects with funds from Europe and USA. He is chiefly focused on community infrastructural development and economic resuscitation projects, fostering interethnic, interreligious and sociocultural cohesion among the young population in Kenema district. He is a member of many international peacebuilding initiatives including the United Religious Initiative (URI), International Association of Educators for World Peace (IAEWP), Intercultural Leaders Network and Youth Solidary Fund program of the United Nations Alliance of Civilization (UNAOC)

1 Comment

  1. Othman,
    This my first ttime of visiting your site, and I was highly impressed. Shortly I shall be posting through your medium my activities in Small-Bo, Niawa and Langrama. Moreover, I will be greatful if you can assist me to have a wider coverage.
    Thanks a lot for making us reach that far.
    Habib Munda

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