On October 11th, in observance of the International Day of the Girl, former Sierra Leone President Ernest Bai Koroma used his Twitter platform to convey a potent and inspiring message.

Recognized for his dedication to gender equality and youth empowerment during his presidential tenure, Koroma reflected on the strides achieved in empowering young women in Sierra Leone and throughout Africa.

He stated, β€œOn this International Day of the Girl, I reflect in the work we did with pride and celebrate the boundless potential of young women in Sierra Leone and across Africa. Let us continue to nurture their dreams and guide their paths.”

In his message, Koroma expressed great pride in the work that has been done to nurture the boundless potential of young women. He emphasized the importance of continuing to support and guide the dreams and paths of girls to ensure they reach their full potential.

Ernest Bia Koroma’s legacy as a champion of girls’ and women’s rights is well-known. During his time in office, he implemented various programs and policies aimed at improving access to education, healthcare, and economic opportunities for girls and women. His dedication to gender equality continues to inspire and motivate advocates across the continent.

As the world celebrates the International Day of the Girl, Koroma’s message serves as a reminder of the progress made and the work that still lies ahead in empowering girls and young women, not only in Sierra Leone but throughout Africa. His words of encouragement resonate with those who believe in the limitless potential of girls and the importance of supporting their aspirations.