2014 OSCA Award Winner and one - time 'songwriter' for Jackson 5 and Gladys Knight has been in Sierra Leone to indiscriminately groom young people in the entertainment world to become standard actors, actresses, musical legends, fashioners, powerful traditional dancers, film - makers and more.
The University of Makeni (UNIMAK) Library has organized an awareness raising session on the forthcoming elections scheduled for 7 March, 2018.
The awareness raising campaign engaged students of UNIMAK on how they could conduct themselves before, during and after the elections so that the outcome of the entire process will be transparent and peaceful.
After his last album, ‘na di sorriest part’ that knocked heads, turned dancehalls into frenzy, got boys and girls to desire for a microphone and often used as a lullaby to lull babies to bed, Daddy or Diamond Saj went silent.
Smile with us Primary School in Koindu, Kissi Teng, Kailahun, Eastern Province is celebrating Hon. Minister Dr. Sylvia. O. Blyden (aka Sia Kissi). The authorities have named a School House after her since she is one of the most inspirational women in Sierra Leone today; more so for her Exceptional Work and Contribution towards the Empowerment and Development of the entire Kissi Kingdom, most especially for Kissi Women. Sports March Past is happening now in Koindu town.
An organization comprised Sierra Leoneans based in Indiana, in the United State of America in collaboration with Nelson Conteh and family has donated items worth twenty four million leones to the Dream Again Orphanage.
The items that were donated are twelve double beds with twenty four mattresses, and four sets of sitting room furniture. The donation happened at the Orphanage, on Mellon Street, Wellington in the eastern part of Freetown.
Youths of Sierra Leone has applauded the newly launched Strengthening Community-Led Accountability for Improved Service Delivery, SABI Program.
SABI is a four year citizen-led accountability program funded by UK aid and being delivered by a consortium of leading international and Sierra Leonean Partners, led-by international development agency Christian Aid.