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The report, which was made public, last week, suggested ways the new President and Government can make a fundamental shift in institutionalized practices, systems and norms that are binding constraints to good governance in the country.

The report stated that in the education sector, the government launched the Free Quality Education programme, targeting over 1.5 million pupils, while also working on working assiduously on rice self-sufficiency and fighting corruption head-on.

However, the report urged the current government to ensure promotion of policies that benefit every Sierra Leonean, irrespective of region, ethnicity or tribe, as well as urging the government to ensure that there is no favoritism in the application of the law or provision of jobs.

The report maintained that “if the new administration is able to rise above narrow party-based agendas and broaden cooperation with all stakeholders and unite the country behind its national development plans, Sierra Leone will stop the recurring cycle of self-destruction and enduring poverty.”

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Milton Margai University graduates 400 students in hospitality sector

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