President Julius Maada Bio has told journalists in Freetown that the Government is at an advanced stage in the repeal of Part V of the 1965 Public Order Act that criminalises libel.
President Julius Maada Bio
Sierra Leone President Julius Maada Bio has reassured his government’s commitment to human capital development while making a presentation at the Mandela 100 Global Citizen Festival in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Sierra Leone: President Bio Visits Guma Jungle Training Ground, Receives Update on Joint Forces Training
President Julius Maada Bio has paid a brief visit to the Guma Jungle Training Ground near Freetown where he received an update on the ongoing joint forces training by The Second Rifles Battalion Company in Britain and the Force Reconnaissance Unit (FRU) of the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces.
French Ambassador to Sierra Leone and Guinea, Jean-Marc Grosgurin, has paid a courtesy call to His Excellency President Julius Maada Bio at his State House office in Freetown.
The National Commission for Privatisation (NCP) has presented their 2017 annual report to His Excellency President Julius Maada Bio during a short ceremony at State House in Freetown.
German Ambassador and Gambian High Commissioner to Sierra Leone Present Credentials to President Julius Maada Bio at State House
The German Ambassador to Sierra Leone, Horst Gruner, and the new Gambian High Commissioner, Ebraima Manneh, have presented their credentials to His Excellency President Julius Maada Bio during a brief ceremony at State House.
Sierra Leone President Julius Maada Bio has said that access to justice is central to the development of Sierra Leone while making his keynote address at the ‘Justice 2030: Time for Action’ high-level event in New York.