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President Julius Maada Bio Joins well wishers in Celebrating Former President's 70th Birthday

In a show of unity and respect, President Julius Maada Bio, the current President of Sierra Leone, extends his heartfelt birthday wishes to the Former President, His Excellency Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma, on behalf of himself and his family.

President Bio, recognizing the Former President's significant contributions to Sierra Leone's development, took to Twitter to add his voice to the chorus of well-wishers commemorating this milestone occasion.

As Sierra Leone continues along its path of progress, the camaraderie displayed by President Bio demonstrates the necessity of establishing bonds between past and present leaders, to foster an environment of collaboration and unity for the betterment of the nation.

This move, though prompting questions from skeptics, have been heralded by many who understand this as a peace seeking effort.

In that same light, the leadership of the All Peoples Congress (APC) party, along with its entire membership have also in a press statement extended their heartfelt congratulations to the former statesman on the occasion of his 70th birthday.

As stated in their press statement, “we reflect upon and celebrate your remarkable statesmanship and the systematic implementation of political and socio-economic reforms under your guidance, which have significantly contributed to the overall improvement in the well-being of the people of Sierra Leone.”

They alluded that former president Ernest Bai Koroma’s dedication to public service, visionary leadership, and unwavering commitment to the development of his great nation have left an indelible mark on a collective history. Adding that it is with immense pride that they acknowledged his immense contributions as a leader who prioritized the betterment of the lives of Sierra Leoneans.

Many have long yearned for this shared moment of joy that will contribute to the memory of a remarkable statesman and serve as a symbol of Sierra Leone's resilience and commitment to progress.


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