Research Projects at KING’S SIERRA LEONE PARTNERSHIP

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   Research Projects   Research is a critical component of KSLP and we believe that both undergraduate and postgraduate students can play an important role in this. Students can learn a lot from these experiences and also make a valuable contribution to our work. KSLP uses research to: • collect baseline data (to inform our interventions More...

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Rashid Dumbuya (Esq)
By On Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

“I will never condone students who spy in examinations but i will defend to the very end their right to be heard!”-Rashid Dumbuya

 By: Rashid Dumbuya* It is a cardinal principle of natural justice that an accused person or any person alleged to have committed an offence must be given an opportunity to be heard, present his case and put More...

The Sierra Leone Law School
By On Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

Sierra Leone:-Clean up at Law School – 59 dropped

 By: Keifa M. Jaward  After what now appears to be a thorough inquiry into allegations of exam malpractices at the Law School, the Council of Legal Education has now published a list of 15 names which it says More...

Rashid Dumbuya Esq.
By On Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

Looking beyond The Sierra Leone Law School Examination Malpractice Saga

 By Rashid Dumbuya* Esq. Just recently, I heard and read a shocking public notice alleged to have been released by the Council of Legal Education, the governing authority for the conduct of legal education More...

Pupils at St. Aidens RC school, Sunderland, in the colours of Seirra Leonne as part of a fund raising drive fore their partner school (photo:-Sunderland Echo)
By On Friday, March 7th, 2014

Sunderland pupils raising money for Sierra Leone trip

 Young people at a Wearside school have launched an appeal to raise almost £40,000 for a charity trip. A team of 15 sixth form students and five teachers from St Aidan’s Catholic Academy will be travelling More...

Minister of Education,Dr. Minkailu Bah,-Sierra Leone (File photo)
By On Thursday, February 20th, 2014

Sierra Leone:-Is it wrong to do the right thing in Public Office?

 “IS IT WRONG TO DO THE RIGHT THING IN PUBLIC OFFICE IN SIERRA LEONE? THE LIKES OF DR. MINKAILU BAH SHOULD BE COMMENDED AND EMULATED INSTEAD OF VILIFIED.” By: Ismail Banja Kandeh (Concord Times-Sierra More...

Rashid Dumbuya
By On Monday, February 17th, 2014

The VICE CHANCELLOR and STAFF of the University of Sierra Leone may be indicted as ‘Accomplices’ to plagiarism and academic fraud.

 By: Rashid Dumbuya* ESQ I am a proud alumnus of Fourah Bay College, one of the constituent colleges that make up the University of Sierra Leone and the oldest in Sub-Saharan Africa. I graduated in 2005 with More...

Hon. Lahai Marrah
By On Wednesday, February 5th, 2014

Sierra Leone:-MP accuses head teacher of immoral conduct

 Freetown, Feb. 3 (SLENA) - Member of Parliament of Constituency 045 in Kurobola,  Koinadugu District, Hon. Lahai Marah has told parliament that standards in education in his constituency are fallen  rapidly More...

Lawyer J.B. Jenkins-Johnston
By On Monday, February 3rd, 2014

Graduation without CERTIFICATE?- An Open letter to the University of Sierra Leone

 How do you expect new graduates to be able to secure employment without their degree certificate?  Lawyer J.B. Jenkins-Johnston JENKINS-JOHNSTON and CO.                  BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, More...

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By On Tuesday, January 21st, 2014

2014 WAEC Official Timetable For Sierra Leone,Nigeria, Ghana, & The Gambia May/June WASSCE is Out

  Mon, 24th March to Thursday, 10th April, 2014  FOOD & NUT PRACTICAL —- (Time will be fixed)   Tue, 1st April, 2014:  Civic Education 2 (Essay) —————– 08.30am More...