Mudslide and Flood Disaster – IAAF Sends Condolences Message

[Concord] International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) president, Sebastian Coe has joined both the World football governing body, FIFA and the Confederations of African Football (CAF) to send in condolence messages to Sierra Leoneans for t…

[Concord] International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) president, Sebastian Coe has joined both the World football governing body, FIFA and the Confederations of African Football (CAF) to send in condolence messages to Sierra Leoneans for the recent mudslide and flood disaster in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Le50m Bail for Fraudulent Conversion

[Concord] Hassan Alusine Conteh was granted bail in the sum of fifty million Leones and two sureties, who should be responsible residents in Western Area and should produce two passport pictures each.

[Concord] Hassan Alusine Conteh was granted bail in the sum of fifty million Leones and two sureties, who should be responsible residents in Western Area and should produce two passport pictures each.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Kallon, ‘Kweku’ Davies Make League Debut

[Concord] Sierra Leonean duo; Issa Kallon and George Kweku Davies both made their debut over the weekend in the Holland Jupiler League and the Austria Bundesliga respectively.

[Concord] Sierra Leonean duo; Issa Kallon and George Kweku Davies both made their debut over the weekend in the Holland Jupiler League and the Austria Bundesliga respectively.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Michael Family Donates Relief Items to Mudslide and Flood Victims

[Concord] In continuation of their selfless quest to give to charity, the Michael family on Saturday 19th August 2017 donated 37 bales of used clothing and five hundred bundles of water with toiletries to those affected by the mudslide and flooding at …

[Concord] In continuation of their selfless quest to give to charity, the Michael family on Saturday 19th August 2017 donated 37 bales of used clothing and five hundred bundles of water with toiletries to those affected by the mudslide and flooding at Regent and Kaningo.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Tears at Mount Sugar-loaf

[Concord] Mount Sugar-loaf, as the name depicts, was meant to generate happiness, probably a good taste of life and refuge. And so it was, until the early hours of the morning of the night before. Men and women, young and old had retired to bed; Loved …

[Concord] Mount Sugar-loaf, as the name depicts, was meant to generate happiness, probably a good taste of life and refuge. And so it was, until the early hours of the morning of the night before. Men and women, young and old had retired to bed; Loved ones had exchanged "good night, I love you honey" before slumber got the better part of them; disputes laid to rest to be resurrected at sunrise; children familiar with the nursery rhyme, also known as the Black paternoster had closed their eyes to say, "Matthew, Mark,

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

The Hidden Truth About GCB Coup

[Business Day] Exactly a week ago today, news flashed and tongues began rolling up and down the jaws of Ghanaians. It was a matter akin to the 2001 twin tower bombings in the United States of America. Simply, shocking!

[Business Day] Exactly a week ago today, news flashed and tongues began rolling up and down the jaws of Ghanaians. It was a matter akin to the 2001 twin tower bombings in the United States of America. Simply, shocking!

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

NLA Rolls Out Solar-Powered Kiosks

[Business Day] The National Lottery Authority (NLA) will by the end of September 2017 introduce onto the Ghanaian lottery market solar-powered kiosks for smooth lotto vending activities.

[Business Day] The National Lottery Authority (NLA) will by the end of September 2017 introduce onto the Ghanaian lottery market solar-powered kiosks for smooth lotto vending activities.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

No Jobs for Ghanaian Masons

[Business Day] Nationals of Togo and Benin are said to have taken over the building and construction sector of the economy, edging Ghanaian masons out of jobs.

[Business Day] Nationals of Togo and Benin are said to have taken over the building and construction sector of the economy, edging Ghanaian masons out of jobs.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Let’s Avert the Worst

[Cameroon Tribune] No matter the genuine reason behind an intentional killing of oneself, this act cannot be tolerated by any right-thinking person. Cameroonians like citizens of other nations dread self destruction of persons, or institutions despite …

[Cameroon Tribune] No matter the genuine reason behind an intentional killing of oneself, this act cannot be tolerated by any right-thinking person. Cameroonians like citizens of other nations dread self destruction of persons, or institutions despite the reason behinds such acts. The ongoing crisis in our country since October 2016, and the apparent inability or unwillingness to stall the unfortunate developments have triggered regrettable events that could usher in more unpleasant surprises. This year's GCE results are a g

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon