- JOURNALISM BY STEALTH.
Sierra Leone Helicopter
Crash: Sylvia Blyden's Photo Story from Aberdeen to Lungi
We suspected all along that she was behind some of those badly-written word-strings that were attributed to trained journalists and passed for journalistic output.
So now you know why she wanted that obnoxious Public Order Act of 1965 kept in the books.
She envied trained journalists and given her role in giving the AFRC/RUF coalition of evil - otherwise known as the beasts a gloss of the good as well as respectability, cannot put it past her that she could be posing as a trained journalist!!!!
And be assured that this is not the first.....we have watched as she blandly and in her usual deceitful and devious manner paste articles on the internet using a variety of...."handles" as during internet "debates" she manipulated to protect her masters in the AFRC/RUF coalition of evil otherwise known as the beasts.
........and how about this?
2 year old
Awareness Times is now the highest selling newspaper in Sierra Leone
The Sierra Leone Newspaper Vendors Association has officially stated that the Awareness Times Newspaper is second only to the Exclusive Sports Newspaper in the number of daily sales for the capital city of Freetown. However, as far as nation-wide statistics go, the Awareness Times newspaper is now the HIGHEST SELLING NEWSPAPER in Sierra Leone. The announcement comes in at a time which co-incides with the paper's 2nd Anniversary celebrations on July 12th 2007. Awareness Times is currently the only newspaper that clocks daily readership all over Sierra Leone from as far up as Kabala and as far down as Kailahun and Pujehun.
"At the moment, we sell more copies of Awareness Times everyday than any other newspaper except Exclusive. Awareness Times sells more than Standard Times, it sells more than Awoko and it sells more than For Di People and Peep!" the Vendors' Chairman attested further.
The by-line suggests that the article was written by SLNVA - no doubt the Sierra Leone News Vendors Association. Now take a good look again at the report........enjoy.
......And more than a year after being caught out....we have this.....boldly ascribing herself a by-line which to the untrained eye would want to confer the title "journalist" on this tormentor of the people under junta rule.
Leone, Journalists Impressed with Judiciary
The popular elected President of the Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ), Mr. Umaru Fofana has yesterday February 18th 2009 praised the manner in which the hierarchy of the Judiciary handled the recent unfortunate debacle that was brought to its attention by concerned journalists......