By BW Bockarie, Strategic Communications Unit-MIC
Deputy Minister of Information and Communications, Madam MamadieGobeh Kamara, has led a combined team of Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) and National Council for Civic Education and Development (NaCCED) officials on regional town hall engagement on President Bio’s three years in office.
Addressing stakeholders including chiefs, councilors, CSOs, youth and women’s groups, among others, in Kenema and Bo for the South-East Region past Monday and Tuesday, the Deputy Minister catalogued President Bio’s achievements particularly in the areas of Education, Health, Economy, Infrastructure, Agriculture, Energy, Press Freedom and also rebranding the image of Sierra Leone.
President Bio, she went on, has been able to win the confidence and trust of donor partners hence the huge support the country is presently enjoying in terms of implementation of national development projects.
Madam MamadieGobeh Kamara further eloquently articulated the President’s vision for the coming years and reiterated his unwavering commitment to meeting the aspirations of the populace in line with his Manifesto Commitments.
The Deputy Minister also responded to questions from the audience that followed her awesome presentation.
The regional public engagements continue in Makeni for the North-East Region and Port Loko for the North-West Region.