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Peace Commission hosts AU, ECOWAS, UNOWAS Mission

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Peace Commission hosts AU, ECOWAS, UNOWAS Mission


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A delegation from the African Union (AU), ECOWAS, and UNOWAS, hosted by the Independent Commission for Peace and National Cohesion (ICPNC), is in Sierra Leone to assess the implementation of the National Unity agreement signed by the Government of Sierra Leone and the All Peoples’ Congress (APC).
Co-led by Fatoumata Tambajang, former Vice President of The Gambia, and His Excellency Leonardo Santos Simao, Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General and Head of UNOWAS, the delegation met with representatives of the APC at their Secretariat on Tuesday. The team also engaged with the Chief Minister, senior government officials, members of the SLPP, other political parties, and relevant stakeholders. They will also pay a courtesy call to His Excellency, the President of Sierra Leone.
A statement from the visiting delegation urges all political actors and citizens to remain calm and prioritise peace, unity, and stability above partisan interests. It is worth recalling that the ICPNC last year convened a dialogue between the Government and the APC, following the latter’s decision to boycott governance, claiming the elections were unfair. The AU, ECOWAS, and the Commonwealth participated in the dialogue process.

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