Published: Sun, May 13, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde is Uber-Stylish in Sierra Leone for President's Inauguration

Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde is Uber-Stylish in Sierra Leone for President's Inauguration

Sierra Leone President Julius Maada Bio on Saturday promised in his inaugural speech to provide disciplined and inclusive leadership.

While tens of thousands of people had lined up outside the National Stadium since the early hours of the day, supporters of Bio tried to rush into the compound at the passages of vehicles of official guests, reported a journalist AFP.

NAN reports that the presidents of Guinea, Liberia, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Senegal, Burkina Faso, and Gambia have been confirmed to attend the ceremony.

The handing over of the staff of authority by outgoing President Ernest Bai Koroma to Bio was the high point of the ceremony.

"Touch down Sierra Leone!"

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Whatever the case maybe, Sierra Leoneans, especially employees of various institutions including Commissions, Secretariats and MDAs created by the past regime, have now began to raise serious concerns over their future in those offices as they fear that the new government of President Bio, may at any point in time, dissolves their offices which will consequently leave them jobless in a country where to get one is extremely hard and largely based on political, regional and tribal lines.

This time democratically elected, he was sworn in just after the results were announced on 4 April, marking the SLPP's return to business after 10 years of opposition.

On Thursday, Bio told parliament that primary and secondary education would be free from next September, a promise made during his election campaign.

Omotola expressed her gratitude to be honored for her efforts and reiterated her Love for the country and optimism in the new President's dream to lead Sierra Leone to where it deserves to be.

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