28 November 2012

Sierra Leone: As Former VP Congratulates President Koroma... 'I Will Invite the Leadership of the SLPP to a Meeting Soon'...president Koroma Assured Solomon Berewa At State House.

Former Vice President Solomon Ekuma Berewa has paid a courtesy call on President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma on his reelection to continue the good work in Sierra Leone.

The former VP said that it was only President Koroma who can unify the country and act like a father for all Sierra Leoneans.

According to VP Solo B as he was fondly called, national cohesion was needed more than anything else to continue the ongoing development and transformation of the country.

He prayed for President Koroma for God's guidance and mercies to continue to steer the country in the right direction.

In welcoming the former VP, President Ernest Bai Koroma said the visit has further strengthen democracy in the country, adding that he respected the stance of the VP as a member of the SLPP.

President Koroma also noted that what matters most importantly now was the development of Sierra Leone.

"We need to work together and move the county forward", he said, and went on to reveal that he will continue to engage everyone irrespective of which party people belong to, and "I will extend the olive branch to the SLPP by inviting their leadership to a frank discussion on the way forward for Mama Sierra Leone".

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