Deputy Information Minister Theo Nicol holds meeting with New Jersey Sierra Leone community today

Sierra Leoneans in New Jersey are invited to  the Caribbean Palace Hall on  Hamilton Street, Somerset, at 6 pm today Thursday August 22, 2013  to listen to the Deputy Information Minister Theo Nicol address a number of issues pertaining to governance in Mother Sierra Leone. The Minister has been sent by  President Ernest Bai Koroma to the diaspora to clarify matters pertaining to the constitutional review process , the Agenda For Prosperity and other issues of prime national concern. The meeting will start at 6 pm and end at 10 pm.



You are invited to attend and ask PERTINENT QUESTIONS pertaining to the welfare of our country. Most often, we in the diaspora depend a lot on hear-say and rumours to assess what is happening back home. Because he is a transparent, democratic  and accountable Head of State, President Koroma has decided to have the Deputy Information Minister come to you to bring the true and correct details of national matters and in the process he may be inclined to also  address all the distortions, misrepresentation and rumours about government policies that are circulating in the diaspora. The President is operating on the dictum that a well-informed citizenry is a progressive citizenry .

Please come on time as the rental policy of the Caribbean Palace Administration will not allow us to go beyond the set time of 6 pm to 10 pm.

We hope to see you there.



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