Tag Archives: Special Court for Sierra Leone

Peter Penfold: A Friend’s View on Sierra Leone at 50

19 Sep

penfoldActive Service In Sierra Leone

History has it that one of the few foreign nationals that stood by the people of Sierra Leone during their darkest days of rebel incursion was Peter Penfold. His acts were chronicled to be from one of those whose individualistic tendencies to appreciate human feeling radiated across various lives in a terrible situation. Continue reading

RULE 60: A Book On Nigeria, ECOWAS And The Taylor Trial

25 Jun

The war in Liberia has come and gone. Its spill over effect on Sierra Leone has been remedied too. But one issue still lingers today – after almost a decade – linking several countries to these conflicts: the trial of the former Liberian leader, Mr. Charles Taylor. Continue reading

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