Monthly Archives: January 2014

Bangura Accused of Hiding Knee Injury

[Concord]Officials of Beitar Jerusalem have accused Sierra Leonean striker Ibrahim 'Teteh' Bangura of hiding his knee injury before signing a loan deal with the club from Bursaspor.

Diamond Stars Champions League Preparations Hit a Snag

[Concord]Sierra Leone Premier League champions, Diamond Stars' CAF Champions League preparations have suffered a blow after their proposed international friendly matches in Guinea were cancelled.

Njala University Outlines Plans for Golden Jubilee Celebrations

[Concord]Njala University College (NUC) will celebrate its Golden Jubilee on 12th February 2014 at their main campus on Mokondeh, Njala, Moyamba District, southern Sierra Leone.

Parliament Cautions MDAs for Non-Show During Budget and Presidential Debates

[Concord]Members of Parliament on Wednesday strongly warned vote controllers and vote heads from ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) that were not represented at debates on the budget and presidential address during all the allotted five days.

Life By Design Awards Innovative Sierra Leoneans

[Concord]'Life By Design' last weekend presented awards to deserving winners at its Third Annual Educational Excellence and Innovation Awards held under the theme: 'Beyond Academic Excellence' at the Miatta conference center, Youyi building, in Freetown.

Demography Health Survey Reveals Successes in Free Healthcare Initiative

[Concord]The free healthcare initiative has been passed as progressive, according to a preliminary Demography Health Survey report launched at the British Council, Tower Hill in Freetown, this week.

Moyamba Police Vow to Fight Crime in the District

[Concord]Local Unit Commander of the Moyamba police division, James Philip John Conteh, has assured residents that his division will use both proactive and reactive measures to fight crime in the district.

‘Education Sector Is a Big Mess’ – SLPP MP Blasts

[Concord]Sierra Leone People's Party member of parliament representing Constituency 75 in the Bo District, Hon. Hellen Kuyembeh, on Tuesday slammed the education sector in the country as a big mess.