29,000 epilepsy patients registered in Sierra Leone

Some 29,137 patients of epilepsy were recorded between 2012 and 2015, according to national coordinator for Epilepsy Sierra Leone, Max Bangura.

He was speaking to Concord Times on Tuesday, 9 February at their head office on 8 Mansaray Street, Wellington, east of Freetown.

Sierra Leone joined other countries across the world to observe International Epilepsy Day, which is marked every second Monday in February.

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Safe Abortion Bill…Catholic Bishop calls for divine intervention

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As Christians yesterday started the holy journey of Lent, Archbishop Most Rev. Dr Edward Tamba Charles, called for God’s divine intervention as they observe another year of lent. He called for divine attention while celebrating mid-day mass as Catholics from all walks of life converged at the Sacred Heart Cathedral at Siaka Stevens Street.

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First Lady secures more support for the fight against HIV/AIDS

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In a bid to eradicate the dreadful Hiv/Aids virus in Sierra Leone in line with Africa’s common position of ending the disease on the continent by 2030, Her Excellency the First Lady of Sierra Leone, Sia Nyama Koroma has secured a major boost to halt the spread of the virus in Sierra Leone at the just concluded Africa’s First Ladies Conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

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