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Gibril Koroma

Citizen based in Toronto, ON, Canada, Canada. Joined on Jun 30, 2010
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Op-Ed: Zimbabwe election waste of time and money

Harare - I cannot understand why Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai keeps showing up election after election. If I were him I would just wait for old man Robert Mugabe to pass away peacefully and then challenge his successor in an election.

Op-Ed: British Royalty Alive and kicking

London - With the arrival of a new Prince today it seems British royalty will be with us for many more years to come as evidenced by the worldwide enthusiasm for the latest addition to what is indisputably the most famous royal family in the world.

Op-Ed: Tunisia embarrassed by FEMEN activists

Tunis - Three women, two French and one German have just been released from jail in Tunisia, an Islamic North African country. Their crime? Demonstrating topless in front of a court in Tunis, the capital.

Dakar: Obama comments on Snowden issue

Dakar - President Barack Obama who is currently on a tour of three African countries made some comments on whistle-blower Edward Snowden at a press conference in Dakar, Senegal, Thursday morning.

Op-Ed: Obama visit turns African city upside down

Dakar - Visit by American presidents anywhere in the world are usually a nightmare for the host country in terms of security arrangements, not to talk of costs. President Barack Obama's current visit to Senegal is no exception.

Op-Ed: US Government will eventually get Snowden

The United States Government will eventually get Edward Snowden, the now world famous whistle blower seen as a hero by some Americans while others see him as a traitor.

Op-Ed: Senegal: World's first 'Tablet Cafe' will change Africa

Dakar - Something huge happened not too long ago in the small Francophone West African country of Senegal. The world's first "Tablette Cafe" was opened there by Google.

Pictorial Display of First Nations Protest Against FIPPA Special

Vancouver - On June 5, 2013, some First Nations citizens held a public meeting or rally in downtown Vancouver to protest against the Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (FIPPA) signed by the federal government and the government of China.

Op-Ed: Charisma and the politics of Canada's Justin Trudeau

A lot has been said about Justin Trudeau and the current Liberal Party leadership race but I would like to humbly submit that Justin will be the next Liberal Party leader because his opponents are not as charismatic as he is.

African-Canadian Consultant on Sierra Leone's Health Care System Special

Vancouver - Dr. Godwin Eni is a retired academic, health service provider, manager and adviser who has worked in Canada and has helped in the governance of many cultural and non-profit organizations, and consulted in many countries in Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe.

Justus Mirembe of Uganda Heads Major BC Association Special

Vancouver - Justus Mirembe, a native of Uganda, has recently been elected President of the African-Canadian Soccer and Cultural Association (ACSCA), the largest and most active African-Canadian association in the province of British Columbia, Canada.

Op-Ed: Don't Forget Syria

With the ferocious exchanges between the Israeli armed forces and Hamas in Gaza, the equally murderous civil war in Syria seems to have been shifted backstage.

Op-Ed: Book Review — Onaedo, 'The Blacksmith’s Daughter' by Ngozi Achebe

I was introduced to Ngozi Achebe, the Olympia, Washington state based Nigerian writer by New York based journalist Dennis Kabatto.

Sierra Leone school alumni hold convention

It's almost a tradition in the West African country of Sierra Leone and indeed in many countries of the world for past students to give back to their alma mater.

Op-Ed: Amy Winehouse and the price of fame

London - As so many commentators have stated over the last couple of days,the death of Amy Winehouse, the young British musical genius, a few days ago was never unexpected.

Watermelons a business opportunity for developing countries?

A debilitating shortage of watermelons in Japan might just be one golden opportunity poor developing countries need to make some much needed cash.

Exclusive interview with a Sierra Leonean returnee Special

Makeni - Sierra Leonean health professional Alhassan Kanu recently returned home after his studies in the United Kingdom, one of the increasing number of Sierra Leoneans ready and eager to take part in their native country’s developmental process.

Op-Ed: Will British Columbia voters reject the HST in the referendum?

Vancouver - Voting by mail in BC on the Harmonized Sales Tax is ongoing, fast and furious. The deadline for all voting (August 5) will soon be here and the results will be announced in a couple of weeks.

Seun Anikulapo-Kuti performs in New York

New York - Billions of people around the world know or have heard of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, the late Nigerian King of Afro Beat who passed away in 1997.

Interview with promising African-Canadian teenager Special

Vancouver - Jeryna Gbardy is a young lady from West Africa. She is one of the promising group of studious and ambitous students from the African continent living in British Columbia, Western Canada.
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