My Name is Tamba, welcome to my blog, and nice to meet you
A husband, father, and uncle to more than twenty wonderful kids
Tamba is a Digital Transformation Leader, Technology Architect, Business Executive, and Serial Entrepreneur. He is specialized in architecting, designing, building, communicating, and running customer and employee experiences and building, coaching, upskilling diverse and inclusive global teams. He works for fortune 500 companies, government agencies in more than 50 cities and 20 countries across all industries. Tamba is an experienced and versatile ICT expert with more than 21 years of experience. He has In-depth expertise using agile principles and experience working with diverse and inclusive global teams across Asia, Africa, North America, South America, and Europe. Tamba advocates and promotes data protection and privacy laws, open-source software, and civic technology initiatives to help reduce corruption, improve accountability, human rights, and privacy for all.
The Current Sierra Leone Inspector General of Police Dr. Richard Moigbe used his position and power to request that I am locked up without bail based on an allegation that I committed a traffic violation. The traffic violation was thus; I drove on George Street in Freetown from Siaka Steven Street because I did not see an road sign stating George street was a one way street and did not see any police officers at the Siaka Steven Street end stoping me from using the road either.
I typically stay away from some debates about Sierra Leone but I am tempted to join this one. While I personally don’t believe that the construction of the lungi bridge at 2 billion dollars is the most important project Sierra Leone as a government should embark on at this time, it’s important to know that 2 billion dollars today is not actually equal to 2 billion dollars yesterday or 10 years ago or 50 years ago.
By Winnie Kamau
It started with a tweet by American based CNN News Anchor Isha Sesay asking the National Elections Commission of Sierra Leone “Why haven’t the names of nominated candidates been released already? The elections are next week. What am I missing
Speaking at a press briefing held at the Independent Media Commission Conference Room on Siaka Stevens Street in Freetown on Thursday 25th January 2018, Tamba Sheku Lamin, who is an experienced information technology specialist of LAM-TECH, disclosed that the website is very important, useful, educative and informative to the general public.
OBizR is a location-based local business review, travel guide, and citizen-generated open data platform for Africa. “OBizR Sierra Leone” is the local guide to finding the best places to eat, shop, sleep, bank, drink, learn, exercise, relax, watch a game, buy medication, do business with the government, NGOs, and Foreign Missions in Sierra Leone.