By Ezekiel Nabieu
In this edition of Media Watch, we bring you an interview with Kasho Holland-Cole, one of two people vying for the Vice Presidency of the Sierra Leone Association of Journalists.
Mohamed Jaward Nyallay caught up with Kasho and they discussed a number of issues around his candidacy in the contest that’s scheduled for this week in the southern city of Bo.
By Mohamed Jaward Nyallay
He was found guilty by a special tribunal set up in Senegal. Habre can serve his sentence in Senegal or any other African country.
By Kemo Cham
The 2016 World Health Assembly (WHA) ended on Wednesday with the passing of three new resolutions on air pollution, epilepsy, and the assembly’s future engagement with non-state actors.
Sierra Leone journalists vote on 3 June this year for a new executive. Two people are running for presidentK- incumbent Kelvin Lewis and his Vice President Stanley Bangura. Kemo Cham talked to the two presidential contenders who spoke about their plans for the next three years, if elected. They also responded to accusations and made counter-accusations. Here is Mr Lewis: