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TWITTER, the Gossip (03/05/16)

WHEN WIZKID MEETS DE PA AT MIDNIGHT

Is there anything wrong in De Pa meeting WIZKID? We are talking about the Nigerian Afro-pop entertainer who frankly thinks too much about himself. Well since that late night meeting took place social media has been full of the usual shouting and all that.

TWITTER, The Gossip (26/04/16)

COUNCILORS THANKING DE PA FROM GREEN KENEMA

Everyday brings its own story and new sets of characters on the political stage in Sierra Leone. From the Green corner in the poor east of the country came FIVE not so wise councilors. Not bearing gifts but making an unbelievable contribution to our knowledge of how far some people in this country can go to achieve certain things.

TWITTER, The Gossip (26/04/16)

COUNCILORS THANKING DE PA FROM GREEN KENEMA

Everyday brings its own story and new sets of characters on the political stage in Sierra Leone. From the Green corner in the poor east of the country came FIVE not so wise councilors. Not bearing gifts but making an unbelievable contribution to our knowledge of how far some people in this country can go to achieve certain things.

TWITTER, The Gossip (21/04/16)

IMC CHAIRMAN SOMERSAULTS AT MEDIA EVENT

We've been trying to come to terms with the statement made by the chairman of the Independent Media Commission that the WE YONE newspaper was the standard bearer of Sierra Leone journalism not so long ago. Throughout the speech we were left to wonder how our dear chairman came to that conclusion. We will soon make a formal application to the chairman for an interview. There will be questions about WE YONE and a few other issues dealing with the IMC itself. We pray our request is granted.

Twitter, The Gossip (13/04/16)

A CONFIRMATION HEARING LIKE NEVER BEFORE ON TOWER HILL

The ministers have now been confirmed by parliament, they've taken their oath of office and in fact so are already in offices and on official assignments abroad. One week they say, is a long time in politics. The kind of fuss made about the confirmation hearings in parliament was simply unbelievable. We have never seen something like that since this country announced its intention to be called a democracy in 1996.

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