Amidst the turmoil following Sunday’s attack in Freetown, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Timothy Kabba, received a substantial delegation today at the Freetown International Airport, Lungi, Sierra Leone. The distinguished group included representatives from the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the Government of Nigeria.

The visit underscores the regional and international concern for Sierra Leone. As details are expected to unfold later, the arrival of the delegation signals a coordinated response to the security challenges faced by Sierra Leone.

The discussions between Minister Timothy Kabba and the ECOWAS-Nigeria delegation are anticipated to focus on strategies for restoring stability and ensuring the safety of citizens. The international community’s involvement highlights the interconnectedness of West African nations in addressing security issues collectively.

The people of Sierra Leone anxiously await further information on the outcomes of these crucial talks, hoping for a comprehensive plan to overcome the challenges posed by the recent unrest and strengthen the nation’s resilience against such incidents in the future.