On Reputation, Integrity, and Tradition: A Review of Paul Conton’s A Day at The High Court

Reading Time: 4 minutes “A Day” unquestionably strips off the robes and uniforms of judges, lawyers, and their enforcement partners, and it reveals endemic corruption, ineptitude, and indifference in the provision of justice in Sierra Leone.

OF FLOUR AND TEARS, ALONG THE ODOKOKO RIVER, AND THE MOON RISING OVER ISALE EKO: AHMED KOROMA’S COLLECTION OF POEMS

Reading Time: 4 minutes Koroma is at his best when he expresses his yearning to return to his native land, earning him the moniker, nostalgic poet.

Farouk Sesay’s “The Throne”: A Review

Reading Time: 4 minutes Indeed, how would Sierra Leoneans react if a leading presidential candidate reveals he is gay or she is lesbian?