President Koroma’s rebranding team meets in New York
Some of the accomplished journalists tasked with rebrandingÂ Sierra Leone have had an exciting and productive meeting in New York. Celebrated Information AttachÃ© to the Sierra Leone Embassy in Saudi Arabia, Alhaji Jalloh, paid a courtesy call at the Sierra Leone Permanent Mission to the United Nations last week. Alhaji Jalloh, who is in the United States on a private visit, was received by Information AttachÃ©, Ms. Elizabeth Foray, who took him on a conducted tour of the Mission. (Photo: Information Attaches, Alhaji Jalloh, Elizabeth Foray, and Minister of Plenipotentiary, Â Leeroy Kabs-Kanu)
The two men agreed that all the Information AttachÃ©s and the Minister Plenipotentiary were doing a dazzling and wonderful job and today the image of Sierra Leone has improved in the outside world. Both men cited examples of instances when stakeholders had commended them and the other information personnel for showcasingÂ the real Sierra Leone- a country with abundant pportunities and achievements, despite the daunting challenges she faces also.
The two government information officials resolved to remain focused on the taskÂ ahead of them , which is the rebrandingÂ of Sierra Leone andÂ they called on all the other information attachÃ©s to continue performing exceptionally as their efforts will never go in vain.
The men praised President Ernest Bai KoromaÂ and the government for their outstanding stewardship .They called on all Sierra Leoneans to be patient with the government as it inherited seemingly insurmountable problems which it is fighting very hard to combat. They lauded President Koroma for his no-nonsense stance against corruption and said that they were very proud to be part of a government that not only had the interest of the nation at heart but was conducting business in a transparent and accountable fashion.
The two men hope to draw up plans for better cooperation and coordination of the rebranding enterprise .
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