The Rains and Their Troubles Massah Esther Nyally Bockarie (Nafisa Magazine)
ilongene on 2020 18th June at 09:09:am
The worse is yet to come, the brothers of destruction, July and August are not here yet.
21 people dead, more lose their homes and properties; a traumatic event at Wellington. JULY and August are known for their havocs. A memorable one being the August 14 mudslide. Flooding in bays and erosion in hilly areas, year in and out. I am worried, as we approach these months.
The Covid-19 Pandemic has taken our attention and less or no consideration is being given to the changing climate... Read More
State Of Emergency, A Rapid Hunt Against Democracy By Elhaj Malik Shabbaz
ilongene on 2020 7th May at 09:43:pm
It is trite law that the core existing principles of the rule of law in any given state practicing democracy must ensure that all persons and authorities within the state whether public or private should be bound by and entitled to the benefit of laws publicly and prospectively promulgated and publicly administered in the court. I doubt if any would suggest that this statement, even if accurate as one of general principle, could be applied without exception or qualification. There are, for... Read More
Generation Z Musk and his sustainable approach to combat floodings in Sierra Leone
ilongene on 2020 9th April at 04:57:pm
According to the results posted by the rapid needs assessment (RNA) conducted by the Office of National Security (ONS) in collaboration with other humanitarian actors in disaster management, the raging flood that took place between August 1st 2019 - August 2nd 2019 destroyed the livelihoods of approximately 896 households (5,381 people) in Freetown, the capital city of Sierra Leone.
To combat this reoccurring problem of flooding, 20 years old Abdul Deen Sesay has developed a device which he... Read More
Sesay Abdul Deen Posted Wednesday-Apr-2020
Nice one, keep it up man, hope more to come
Sierra Leone confirms first positive case of Covid-19
ilongene on 2020 31st March at 01:50:pm
Following 42 test cases, Sierra Leone has registered it's first confirmed case of COVID 19 today on the 31st of March 2020.
During an emergency press release "an update on COVID 19 in the country", His Excellency the President Julius Madaa Bio has announced that the country has one confirmed case of COVID 19.
The confirmed case is a 37 year old male who flew in from France using Brussels Airline on the 16th of March 2020. After he arrived, he was quarantined and after undergoing tests... Read More
Fast rising record label; Azazi Music
ilongene on 2020 27th March at 07:09:pm
The music industry in Sierra Leone is in no doubt at it’s peak, with ranging back to back banging songs from every direction, and Azazi music is on the front lines when it comes to producing some of these bangers. Ilongene had a chat with the founder and CEO of Azazi music, the 35 years old graduate of Civil Engineering, Abdel Aziz Koroma, Aka Don Zazi.
Azazi Music was officially formed on the 10th of July 2016, and the main goal of this label is to promote and showcase young talents in... Read More