The Patriotic Vanguard

The First Lady of Sierra Leone, Madam Fatima Maada Bio, has urged all African First Ladies to focus on the agendas of their husbands and help build sustainable peace for the sake of the children of Africa.

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The Spirit of Bailor Barrie - A Tribute Alhaji U. N'jai , Freetown, Sierra Leone At the National Fulbhe (Fula) Cultural Festival in Freetown, I gave a tribute to late Businessman/Entrepreneur Extraordinaire Alhaji Mohamed Bailor Barrie aka Bailor Barrie and learnt a thing or two about a creative genius with little formal Western Education, but able to build a multi-million-dollar international industry that span automotive dealership, diamonds, rice, consumer goods import-export, hotel (.

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By Our Correspondent Reliable government sources have indicated that the World Bank has decided to further assist the government and people of Sierra Leone with 75 million dollars and that this assistance will be available before the 31st of December this year.

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The Passing of Dr. Prince H. Kenny Former HoU French Unit and Former HoD Language Studies FBC USL This is to inform colleagues and all that we have lost our Former Boss Dr.

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Analysis By Augustine Sankoh, Strategic Communications Analyst, MBSSE. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Since 2018 the annual number of students passing the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) has increased by 60%, or 39,029 students nationwide.

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Commentary By Dr. David Sengeh, Minister of Basic and Senior Secondary Education, Sierra Leone I had the privilege of joining the entourage of H.E President Bio last weekend as he toured communities in Kenema District.

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By President Julius Maada Bio of Sierra Leone Another promise made and delivered! My Government has just approved and authorised the Attorney General to lay in parliament a proposed amendment to the Constitution of Sierra Leone that will allow dual citizens to be qualified to be elected as Members of Parliament.

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