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Fatima Bio Wows S/Leoneans in Liberia

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Fatima Bio Wows S/Leoneans in Liberia

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First Lady Fatima Bio updated her citizens in Liberia of the ongoing development works in the country, which included the Free Quality Education and the Free Medical Facility for school children. She added that President Bio is working hard to build a nation Sierra Leoneans will be proud of, adding that the country has gained respect in the eyes of the international community since President Bio came to power. 

She further expressed her concerns in the way girls and women are being molested with no justice; the reason why she as Mother of the Nation she is standing her grounds to see that rape and child marriage are totally eradicated in the country.

Ambassador of Sierra Leone to Liberia, His Excellency Ambassador Eddie S. Massally thanked the First Lady Fatima Bio for the visit, adding that his mission in Liberia is not limited to protecting SLPP supporters but all Sierra Leoneans living in Liberia. He added that the Sierra Leone Community in Liberia shall soon conduct their elections and that once that is done and they have a formidable Executive, the Embassy will provide office space within its premises for them. 

Mrs. Fatima Bio in a short statement encouraged the Liberians to join Her Excellency Mrs. Clar Weah in her drive to fight for disadvantaged women and girls.

Mrs. Fatima Bio is one of the most vibrant hardworking First Ladies of our time and a global leader in the fight against rape and sexual abuse against women and girls, the Liberians present at the occasion stated.

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