Onlime December promo winners return home with fond memories

Starprize winner of the Onlime December 2017 promotions has returned home to a warm welcome by the Onlime chairman, Stuart Bentham, who heard testimonies from the recipient about her 5-day all-expenses-paid trip to Accra, Ghana.

Hawanatu Agnes Songo, who travelled with her partner, said their stay at the Roots Apartment Hotel, the serene and beautiful neighbourhood of Off Oxford Street in Osu, was breathtakingly important for them as partners and first time travellers.

Onlime unveils grand prizewinner of December Promotions

“I am grateful to God and Onlime. I have never travelled out of Sierra Leone. I am super excited and I look forward to the experience of traveling to a country like Ghana”, says star prizewinner of the Onlime December 2017 Promotions.

Hawanatu Agnes Songo was recently addressing the media at the offices of Onlime 33 Regent Road, Hill Station in Freetown, where she also stated that: “I guess my passion for going out with friends and having fun and sharing posts and photos of those bits on Limey social networking site has paid off”.   

Beyond the obvious: the challenges besetting statecraft in Sierra Leone

By Umaru Fofana 

In March 2016 Moijueh Kaikai and Mustapha Bai Attila were sacked as Sierra Leone's Minister and Deputy Minister of Social Welfare, Gender and Children’s Affairs respectively. It followed their involvement in a disgraceful, distasteful and disgusting public brawl of humiliating proportions. There was an outcry. But in a country of sensation and coverup, we let that pass. Without demanding that the allegations made in that public brouhaha be looked into, if only to ward off any such in the future. 

How illegal fishing is putting locals out of business in Sierra Leone

By Alpha Kamara

The Rogbaneh Road cold room in Makeni – a once buzzing market in the heart of Sierra Leone – stands empty. Very little fish is available on the stalls. For the fish mongers who rely on the trade, there’s little to do but stand idly by and wait and reminisce. It’s clear that their customers have gone elsewhere.

Their chairlady, 48-year-old Kadie Koroma thinks illegal and foreign fishing is killing their age-old trade.

Sierra Leone community radios, politics and professionalism

By Mohamed Turah Massaquoi

It’s 12:00 noon in Pujehun, in the southern part of Sierra Leone. At this time each day in the week most people in this district of a population of slightly over 300, 000 are likely to be glued to their radio sets, listening to the most popular program on Radio Wanjei – Chiefdom Satellite.