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Information Minister urges citizens to embrace government’s ‘Feed Salone’ initiative

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Information Minister urges citizens to embrace government’s ‘Feed Salone’ initiative

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Mohamed Rahman Swarray

Sierra Leone’s Minister of Information and Communications, Hon. Mohamed Rahman Swarray has urged citizens to embrace government’s ‘Feed Salone’ initiative.

He said that President Dr. Julius Maada Bio was able to secure a resounding first round victory during the June 24th, 2023 elections because of his good work done and more plans for the next 5 years.

Minister Swarray said the Bio led administration is now poised to make agriculture as its flagship programme during the second term, noting that the urge was to now feed Sierra Leone and it is people. He said that there had been hundreds of congratulatory messages for the president, in and out of Sierra Leone, adding that such shows how much people value and appreciate the leadership of the country.

He added that what was now of essence was for everyone to come on board and make Sierra Leone a better place.

The information minister noted that messages of divisiveness should have no place in the country’s politicking, stating that such was way President Bio had extended and stretched his arms to openly welcome all opposition forces to see that they also aid in the development of the country.

He said it was rationale for all citizens to mean well for the country and the government, but not otherwise.

Professor Adams B. Steven from the United States of America asked series of questions about the validity of the supposed elections results that were released by the National Elections Watch (NEW).

He said the Watch could have made a mistake, stating that their released figures did not correspond with what actually happened and transpired in all polling stations across the country.

The Professor therefore urged that NEW should come out clearly and explain to the general public how they were able to arrive at such conclusion that he considers, inaccurate.

He added that as a citizen of Sierra Leone, he would be pleased to further engage NEW and its leadership to see that the right answers are provided to some of the critical questions that he had posed.

Professor Adams said he has been critical not as a politician, but as a respectable Sierra Leonean, adding that it is always prudent to get things done and right.

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