FREETOWN, Sierra Leone – President Dr Ernest Bai Koroma left Freetown early Sunday morning, June 28, 2014 to participate in a one-day Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Mano River Union (MRU) in the Guinean capital, Conakry.
The summit will look at the sub-regional post-Ebola socio-economic plan and come up with a joint communique to that effect.
Presidents Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Dr Ernest Bai Koroma and host Professor Alpha Conde, will engage on the way forward to getting especially Guinea and Sierra Leone to zero Ebola infections for 42 days.
On arrival in Conakry, President Koroma was received at the airport by Guinea’s President, Professor Alpha Conde and officials of government.
PRESIDENT KOROMA ALIGHTS FROM THE PLANE
PRESIDENT KOROMA IS RECEIVED BY THE GUINEAN LEADER
THE TWO LEADERS BEING HAILED BY GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS
PRESIDENTS KOROMA, CONDE AND SIRLEAF