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Sierra Leone First Lady Kicks Off Hands Off Our Girls!

The Office Of The First Lady, in collaboration with The Ministry of Gender and social welfare staged a peaceful protest against sexual violence on Sat 15th Dec. in Freetown, Sierra Leone. The peaceful protest started as The First Ladies from Chad, Gambia and Niger joined. The protest started with about 1 thousand protesters at cotton tree, as at the time the procession got to Congo cross, there were over two thousand protesters.

CRS And President Bio Discuss School Feeding Programme

Country representative for CRS Sierra Leone, Paul Emes, said the US government had made a huge investment in the country’s education sector. He disclosed that the US government had donated $ 25 million to the country to support teacher training, school feeding and nutritional education, water sanitation and hygiene, infrastructure, quality education, and literacy. As an administration, we noticed that everybody was making efforts but education, being the bedrock of development, was missing.

President Bio Pledges Commitment to National Cohesion

The President also used the occasion to condemn all forms of political violence across the country, emphasizing that the elections were over and citizens had made their decisions in electing him, President. Minister of Primary and Secondary Education, Lawyer Alpha Osman Timbo, who spoke on behalf of the appointees from Bombali District, said they were delighted to have been given the opportunity to serve their country under the New Direction.

President Bio Visits Horton Training Academy

…Assures Commitment to Capacity Development of Military Personnel. State House, Freetown, Thursday 15 November 2018– His Excellency President Julius Maada Bio has paid a working…