The Speaker of ECOWAS Parliament, Sidie Mohamed Tunis has visited the the Commissioner-General National Land Service Commission, Sheikh Swabu Sowa.

The visit by the ECOWAS Speaker yesterday was to congratulate Sowa on his appointment by President Julius Maada Bio and solidifying the Pujehun District kindred bond.

The two Pujehun indigenes discussed ways in which they can help their district and the nation as a whole.

The Pujehun District Youth Council Chairman, Mohamed Kallon was also in attendance yesterday.

Pujehun District is located in Southern Sierra Leone and shares border with Liberia and hosts the remarkable Mano River Bridge that leads to Liberia.

Although much development has not taken place in the district, experts believe that the region has untapped potentials in the foreseeable future.

The district is believed to host huge reserves potential oil and the longest pristine beach in Sierra Leone called Turner’s peninsula.