Sixteen Cuban Medical Doctors and Nurses, who are in Sierra Leone to help the country’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, have today met His Excellency President Dr Julius Maada Bio at State House.
Sierra Leone President Julius Maada Bio has reminded the ECOWAS Commission via a video conference on Monday that there is an urgent need for a peaceful settlement to the political crisis in Mali, while extending his deepest gratitude for its mediation missions.
Farming in Daru, a town in the Kailahun district of Sierra Leone has long been the preserve of the uneducated. But thanks to some teachers and army officers in the community, the status quo is changing. Engaged in oil palm cultivation, the two groups are determined to shape the narrative and to help boost oil palm production in the country.
The director-general of Sierra Leone’s correctional center, Joseph Lamboi, said 30 inmates and one officer died as a result of the alleged Freetown prison riot of April 29th.
Sierra Leone: President Bio chairs WAMZ Summit, Encourages Member States to Unite on Single Currency Agenda
President Dr Julius Maada Bio has encouraged an extra-ordinary virtual summit with colleague Heads of State and Government of the member states of the West Africa Monetary Zones, WAMZ, to unite in achieving the single currency agenda
President Dr Julius Maada Bio has used today’s press conference, also broadcast live, to express his outrage and total condemnation of the continued incidents of rape, sexual and gender-based violence in the West African nation.
Solidaridad has trained 250 community extension officers to provide quality extension services to 21,600 cocoa, cashew and coffee farmers in Sierra Leone through a partly virtual and physical classroom approach.