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Lady Fatima Bio Turns Farmer

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Lady Fatima Bio Turns Farmer


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What President Bio once said in the Well of Parliament – that all ministers and institutional heads should embark on farming, is now being zestfully translated into action by the First Lady.

Hailing the First lady as a “talk and do First Lady”, the people of Masiaka – especially women, were appreciative on Saturday 10th November, 2018 of her selfless ‘can do’ attitude.

Her personality is focused on ensuring that her husband’s vision to transform Sierra Leone into a food self-sufficient nation becomes a reality.

The First Lady informed her audience that she believes that through farming, a trail can be created for people to follow in pursuit of economic diversification, which means Sierra Leone not relying heavily on the mining sector but also concentrating on other areas such as agriculture.

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