By KABS KANU :
Sierra Leone erupted at midnight today as the nation began its celebration of the end of the Ebola transmission.
Ahead of the huge program to be held this morning at the Bintumani Conference Centre where the World Health Organization ( WHO ) will officially announce the end of Ebola in Sierra Leone, thousands of people took to the streets and jubilated after the clocks chimed midnight, heralding the onset of the 42 mandatory days of no new transmission in the country.
The jubilation started during a March and a Solar Light Vigil from Campbell Street to Cotton Tree, in Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone from Campbell Street to Cotton Tree, in Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone, organized by a coalition of female civil society organizations in Sierra Leone.
A jubilant President Ernest Koroma attended a program (for the final countdown of the minutes remaining for the 42 days to be completed) at the National Ebola Response Centre (NERC ) where the Head of State and the WHO toasted the end of the ebola transmission in Sierra Leone.
WE BRING YOU PHOTOS OF THE JUBILATION SENT TO US BY OUR MEN ON THE GROUND, APC SHERIFF AND DR. BANKOLE GIBSON :
LOCAL AND FOREIGN JOURNALISTS AT NERC
PRESIDENT KOROMA ARRIVING AT THE NERC AND BEING RECEIVED BY THE HEAD , MAJOR PALOR CONTEH
PRESIDENT KOROMA RESPONDS TO A TOAST BY WHO AS FINAL COUNTDOWN TO THE 42 DAYS CAME TO AN END ; PHOTO BY COCORIOKO MAN ON THE GROUND, APC SHERIFF