The Newly Elected Executives of the Sierra Leone Bar Association (SLBA) headed by Madam Tuma Adama Jabbi as president has made a familiarisation visit to the Inspector General of Police (IGP) William Fayia Sellu in a move to strengthen ties.

The new SLBA President, Madam Tuma Jabbi commended the Police for their professionalism during the association Conference and Annual General Meeting (AGM) held in Kenema City on the 17 and 18 May 2024.

“Even at a physical confrontation and assault by some of our colleagues, the Police restrains themselves and acted professionally” she said, while apologizing on behalf of her association.

She went on to informed that their purpose of visit was to acquaint the new executives with the SLP and to further strengthen ties.

In his response, IGP William Fayia Sellu congratulated the new executives and wish them well in their endeavours.

He expressed happiness to have provided security support that saw the peaceful conduct of the process amidst some challenges.

Attack on police officers he said did not come as a surprise to them.

IGP Sellu reaffirmed the SLP commitment in strengthening ties with SLBA.
“I want to reaffirmed our commitment to support you. At any time you need our support just call”, said the Police Boss, noting that he was looking forward to an improved working relationship with the BAR.

The Executives included, President, Madam Tuma Adama Jabbi, Vice President Sidikie Tommy, General Secretary, Alfred Paul Juwah Esq, Assistant General Secretary, Abubakarr Sidique Kamara, Esq, Treasurer, Satto Kobba (Ms), Assistant Treasurer, Yoko Mahiteh Brewah (Ms) and the Public Relations Officer, Alfred Kamanda Esq.