Hello and welcome to the modern website of the Sierra Leone News Hunters (Ariogbo Newspaper).
It’s been a very long and challenging expedition to arrive where we are today and we will like to thank God almighty for making this treasured dream a reality.
The Sierra Leone News Hunters (Ariogbo) team is comprised of ace trained and qualified journalists. They include:
Abdul Karim (Fonti) Kabia â€“ Editor-In-Chief
Augustine Samba â€“ Reporter
Bampia Bundu â€“ Reporter
Femi Coker â€“ Reporter
Samuel Minah â€“ Production Assistant
Regional Correspondents in Makeni, Tonkolili, Bo and Kenema
Ramatu Albert as Secretary
Abdul Karim (Fonti) Kabia graduated with Distinction in Journalism and News Writing from the London School of Journalism (LSJ) in June 2010. Prior to that, he had obtained a Diploma in Computer Science from the Institute of Advanced Management and Technology (IAMTECH).
Mon, 15/08/2011 - 07:30 -- tlamin
Publisher cum Editor-in-Chief of the News Hunters (Ariogbo Newspaper), Abdul Karim Fonti Kabia, has described the IMC decision as a milestone in the history of the country's media landscape.
Mon, 15/08/2011 - 07:28 -- tlamin
The Sierra Leone News Hunters management is concluding arrangements to commence its publications on print in Sierra Leone. The print publication which is expected to carry a similar name as the online outlet, albeit slight modifications, may hit the news stands by the end of September or the start of October this year.
Mon, 15/08/2011 - 07:27 -- tlamin
Mohamed Daudis Koroma passed away on Friday 29th April 2011 at his family residence in London after a protracted illness. Family sources have it that he died of liver cancer, though many believe his death cannot be unconnected with African black magic.
Mon, 15/08/2011 - 07:24 -- tlamin
Mon, 15/08/2011 - 07:21 -- tlamin
In Mapaki town, headquarter of Paki Masabong Chiefdom in the Bombali District, pregnant women and girls including children are facing serious challenges in accessing FHC.
The lack of medical care in the chiefdom, which is crucial to safe pregnancy and child birth is challenging, considering the fact that the village is about twenty-two miles from Makeni City.
AYV Magazine sources say in place of the free healthcare drugs, quack doctors have taken over the initiative in the chiefdom and its surrounding areas.
Mon, 15/08/2011 - 07:20 -- tlamin
LONDON (Reuters) - A year after Sierra Leone introduced free healthcare for pregnant and breastfeeding women, many still struggle to get medicine and are asked to pay for drugs they can't afford, Amnesty International said on Tuesday.
Mon, 15/08/2011 - 07:18 -- tlamin
tropical plant said to be nutritional dynamite is being plugged by Sierra Leone's government as a natural cure-all in the country, which has some of the worst health indicators in the world. Pages
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