Following his recent engagement with Boss LA on Friday 1st September 2022 at the Pademba Road Male Correctional Center in Freetown, the management of Red Flag Movement has expressed their heartfelt appreciation to the Chief Minister of Sierra Leone Dr. David Sengeh.

Sierraloaded previously reported how Sengeh met famous musician, Alhaji Amadu Bah, also known as ‘Boss La’ who is currently serving nine years imprisonment.

Speaking on the rationale behind his visit, Sengeh stated that one of President Bio’s Big 5 Agenda is Justice Reform and they have heard so many things about the Pademba Road Facility which is at the heart of Justice Reforms. He added that he also wants to engage with inmates and see the facility firsthand.

Reacting to the visit, Boss La deeply appreciated Chief Minister Dr. Sengeh’s visit to the correctional center, recognizing it as a sign of the government’s commitment to justice and the well-being of its citizens.  According to the RFM Leader, the interaction provided him hope and a renewed sense of purpose.

His full message is penned:

I hope this message finds you in good health and high spirits. I am writing to express my deepest thanks and profound appreciation for the time you spent with me during your visit yesterday at the Male Correctional Centre in Freetown. Your visit meant more to me than words can adequately convey, and it has left an indelible mark on my heart.
Your willingness to take time out of your busy schedule to have listened to my side of the story is a testament to your compassion, empathy, and commitment to serving the people of Sierra Leone. Your presence brought me a ray of hope and a renewed sense of purpose during this challenging period in my life. It was a reminder that there are individuals within government that are dedicated to not only upholding the rule of law but also ensuring the well-being and rehabilitation of its citizens.

“The opportunity to speak with you, to hear your words of encouragement, and to discuss matters relating to my case was a privilege I will always cherish. Your genuine interest in understanding the issues faced by inmates and your dedication to working towards a better future for all citizens, regardless of their circumstances, is truly admirable.

“Once again, thank you, Chief Minister Dr. Sengeh for your kindness, compassion, and the valuable time you shared with me. Your actions have reaffirmed my faith in our government’s commitment to justice, rehabilitation, and the well-being of its people. I am immensely grateful for your visit, and I look forward to contributing positively to our country upon my release.
Moreover, I want to take this moment to express my deepest appreciation to the Management of the Sierra Leone Correctional Centre for the care I am receiving as an inmate under their watch. Their dedication to ensuring the well-being of inmates has not gone unnoticed, and I am truly grateful for their unwavering commitment.

“Being incarcerated is undoubtedly a challenging experience, and their tireless efforts to provide a safe, secure, and humane environment have made a significant difference in my life. The compassion, professionalism, and respect they are giving to us as inmates is highly appreciated.
Finally, I want covey my thanks and appreciation to God almighty for keeping me alive and healthy. I also want to thank my family, friends and fans for their continued support throughout this difficult moment in my life. I am grateful to my colleague musicians, DJs and the entertainment industry for their love and support”