ABC Secretariat interacts with state volunteered cleaners
The National Coordinator and Second–in-command of the Attitudinal and Behavioral Change (ABC) Secretariat, Nanette Thomas has observed that with a change of negative attitudes Sierra Leone will be a happy place to live.
Ms Thomas made this statement at a meeting with a group of volunteered women engaged in cleaning government strategic offices in Freetown.
She encouraged the women to join hands with the ABC Secretariat to preach against negative attitude, adding that the fight for positive attitude is not a course for the President or the government alone, but something that all Sierra Leoneans should embrace beyond party lines. She encouraged every Sierra Leonean to be an Ambassador for the country.
Ms Thomas encouraged the group to continue doing their good-will job in cleaning places like Parliament, State House, Youyi Building, Law Court and the likes as part of their role in changing the looks of the country. She further called on other women to emulate the venture of the volunteer group by taking the lead in developing “Mama Salone.” She maintained that “a country that is known to be developing are when women are in positions of trust.”
The Chairman of the program, Pa Mohamed Dondondo Bangura said the President did not make mistake in initiating this campaign as it is one of the things that is hampering the development of Sierra Leone. He also commended the ABC Secretariat for their good work.
The group’s Chairlady Mammy Boinky Musu Kargbo observed that they took up the responsibility to clean up government buildings in order to help actualize the President’s Agenda for Change. She called on authorities to meet with their lapses.
The group promised to continue with their good work for the country. They re-echoed their wish to work closely with the ABC Secretariat to help achieve its goals.
By John Sorsor Samura, Intern
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