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The Awareness Times newspaper, which is on record to have produced the youngest ever editor in the history of Sierra Leone, Abdul Fonti, at the age of 22, has again recruited another young graduate from the University of Sierra Leone, Abdul Malik, 22, to serve as the Editor for the new Awareness Times.

According to information, the newspaper would now be published under the management of a company limited by liability called TAT-U-BA.

As controversial as the Awareness Times newspaper was, the content has always served as convincing and as professional as one could get in the media in Sierra Leone.

The brilliant presentations and analysis published by Dr. Blyden over the years has served as a source of shaping or directing public opinions and perceptions on issues of national interests.

The new Awareness Times editorial board has disclosed that the first edition hopes to capture Dr. Blyden’s thinking on the more time concept; and the latest from America on the Alie Kabba bigamy case.

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