The President of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Julius Maada Bio has re-echoed his plans and projected commitments to the people of the country in the second five years mandate.

He maintained that his plan for the second term calls for a continuous delivery of his “New Direction: Consolidating the Gains and Accelerating Transformation Agenda”.

The five years agenda he said captured the spirit of progress and commitment and he is working towards strategizing newfound opportunities that will subsequently submerge the emerging challenges to propel Sierra Leone towards Middle-Income status by 2035.

Re-echoing his plans and commitment for the people of Sierra Leone the president noted that, his government has five key game changers that will effectively transform the country developmentally.

Thus his message reads; “My Government’s BIG FIVE GAME-CHANGERS FOR TRANSFORMATIVE DEVELOPMENT include: 

“Feed Salone” Initiative to ignite agricultural productivity, safeguard food security, and foster inclusive economic growth, laying the foundation for sustained prosperity.

 “Human Capital Development,” with a deliberate focus on gender equality, will nurture the skills required for the industries of the 21st Century, empowering our workforce for a transformative future.

 The “Youth Employment Scheme” will unleash a focused initiative to create abundant job opportunities, providing our young talents a platform to flourish and contribute to our nation’s progress.

 The “Technology and Infrastructure Initiative” will serve as an engine for sustained economic growth, harnessing the power of innovation and robust infrastructure to propel Sierra Leone to Middle-Income status.

 “Revamping the Public Service Architecture” will usher in a new era of delivery efficiency and professionalism, enhancing the efficacy of our public sector institutions.

 These strategic initiatives form the bedrock upon which we shall continue pushing far-reaching reforms that have already gained a foothold from our first term in office. 

The reforms are causing profound change, serving as catalysts to revolutionise economic growth, alleviate hunger and poverty, elevate public service efficiency, generate abundant employment prospects, and foster resilience in adversity.”