Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone: Sierra Leone has a unique landscape, scenery and cultural heritage waiting to be explored. It has a coastal line of nearly 360 kilometers, with natural decorations of beautiful and unspoiled white sandy beaches along the atlantic ocean. The country offers visitors it''' 's historic heritage, exotic flora and fauna, mountains and natural beauty. […]

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An experience of a visitor

My mission in Sierra Leone was to make links with a primary school on behalf of my own school. Every moment in Sierra Leone was special! The country is beautiful, travelling along the coast was an amazing experience and discovering beautiful white beaches was unforgettable. The beach BBQ of lobster was unbelievable and a great […]

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My Journey Across West Africa

This is continuation of the ‘My Journey across West Africa’ episodes. To see previous episodes, click on the columnist name above. Dear readers, This is continuation of the account of my journey across West Africa. I hope you enjoy the read. Journal entry – Start Date: 13/11/11 Location: Bamako, Mali Time: 1:03PM The minivan to […]

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We eat 100 per cent cassava bread in Sierra Leone

Dr Gbassay Tarawali is a Sierra Leonean and Project Manager in the cassava value chain unit of the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Ibadan. He spoke with EMMANUEL ADENIYI on the viability of producing cassava-wheat composite bread in Nigeria. Excerpts: What would you say about cassava bread? Do you eat cassava bread in your […]

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BBC Action Media Boosts Community Radio

BBC Action Media yesterday donated a desktop computer, a printer, two headphones and three cassette recorders to Choice Radio FM93.5 at Fourah Bay Road in the east of Freetown. Making the donation at the Hollywood Cinema on Fourah Road, the Line Manager of BBC Action Media, Mahmud Tarawallie, said the project’s aim is to help […]

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