Jump to navigation

Sierra Leone

Ahmed Tejan Kabbah

Date of Birth: 16 February 1932
Died: 13 March 2014


Displaying 61-70 out of 102 results.

Masters of war

President Ahmad Tejan Kabbah's government controls just a fraction of the country's diamonds: the bulk are still under RUF control...


Cross-border crisis

Presidents Lansana Conté of Guinea and Ahmad Tejan Kabbah of Sierra Leone have lost patience with Taylor and the Liberian-sponsored dissidents and are tolerating, if not actively encouraging, Liberian rebel groups operating from their countries...


Kabbah in court

, appeared before High Court Justice Joe Masallay on 5 July claiming President Ahmad Tejan Kabbah's government has failed to honour a contract for some US$3...


Moving the mandate

The credibility of the UN and British missions depends on the contest between around 25,000 Sierra Leonean fighters The future of President Ahmad Tejan Kabbah's government and of the United Nations Mission in Sierra Leone (Unamsil) rests on a hastily constructed security pyramid...


Kabbah, the survivor

The arrest and detention on 19 May of Corporal Foday Sankoh, leader of the Revolutionary United Front, strengthened President Ahmad Tejan Kabbah's weak and too conciliatory government...


Mission leap

That has failed on all counts: Britain's Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Peter Hain, has said he would be surprised if Sankoh were not held to account for breaking the Lomé peace accord, a view echoed among officials of President Ahmad Tejan Kabbah's government in Freetown...


The battle for Freetown

The UN and the now even wobblier government of President Ahmad Tejan Kabbah will have to cope with a new influx of people fleeing into Freetown...


Reverse roles

In the meantime the real alarms are sounding in Sierra Leone where President Ahmad Tejan Kabbah looks likely to lose his tenuous grip on power once more, giving way to a Foday Sankoh presidency underwritten by neighbouring President Charles Taylor in Liberia...


Postponing the new order

Nearly five months after the signing of the Lomé peace accord between President Ahmad Tejan Kabbah's government and Corporal Foday Sankoh's Revolutionary United Front, none of the agreed 6,000 UN peacekeepers have been deployed; and Sankoh's rebels still control Sierra Leone's main diamond fields, shipping the proceeds to Liberia...


Displaying 61-70 out of 102 results.