Daily Archives: November 10, 2015

'I'll Unite SLPP and Develop Salone' (allAfrica.com)

Flag-bearer hopeful for the opposition Sierra Leone People's Party (SLPP) has assured that if elected he will ensure the party is united to win the 2018 presidential election and bring development to the nation. Mohamed Kabiru Gassama told a press

This Ebola Outbreak Is Over but Not Quite – the Time Is Now to Assist Sierra Leone's Recovery Programme [opinion] (allAfrica.com)

At the Bintumani Conference Center in Freetown, the WHO Resident Representative in Sierra Leone, Andres Nosdtrom dramatically delivered that long awaited 'verdict'- "Today 7 November, 2015, WHO declares the end of Ebola in Sierra Leone"! The statement by the WHO

Rtd. (major) Palo Conteh – Brewed in the Cauldron of Doggedness [opinion] (allAfrica.com)

'The journey of a thousand miles begins with a step,' so we were told years ago when it became necessary to remind us that great oaks began first as scorns. So it is with the beginning of the man whom

'Music Is a Social Partnership in National Development' (allAfrica.com)

Sierra Leone's First Lady, Sia Nyama Koroma, has described music as a social partnership and a driving enterprise in promoting national development. She was speaking on Friday (6 November) while officially launching the Sierra Leone Female Musicians Association (SLFMA) at

The heroism of a brother who fought against Ebola (Africa Review)

My brother David Otieno might not be famous, but he and other health professionals fought and defeated Ebola in Liberia and Sierra Leone. I hardly celebrate my friends or close family members in my column, but in this it is

Goodwill Messages From Korea On Ebola Victory (allAfrica.com)

The telephone lines into the residence of Sierra Leone's Ambassador to the Republic of Korea, His Excellency Omrie Michael Golley, were on Saturday (7 November) inundated with congratulatory messages from government officials, commercial leaders in the public and private sector,

Insurers Out to Let Industry Work for Africa (allAfrica.com)

About 150 insurance practitioners from West Africa are meeting in Banjul to discuss ways and means of further growing the industry, through indigenisation and reaching out to the grassroots with insurance policies. The delegates, mainly from Ghana, Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra

Regional Central Bank Officials Trained On Banking Supervision, Financial Stability (allAfrica.com)

The West African Institute for Financial and Economic Management (WAIFEM), in collaboration with the Central Bank of The Gambia, Monday commenced a ten-day regional course on advanced banking supervision and financial stability, at the Jerma Beach Hotel. In declaring the