The UK Member also praised the new President, who assumed office in April this year, for his wonderful stewardship and vision in the last six months. He paid tributes to the efforts of uniting Sierra Leone, efficiently managing the economy, showing leadership in the fight against corruption and investing in human capital development through the free quality education programme.
In a short address, President Bio thanked Mr Woolfe, his colleagues and staff of the European Parliament for the reception and reiterated his commitment to restoring the international reputation of the small West Africa nation. He assured that his determination to fight corruption, effectively manage the economy and invest in human capital development would serve the best interest of ordinary Sierra Leoneans.
President Bio also expressed his commitment to strengthening the relationship between Sierra Leone and the European Parliament.