Sierra Leone’s President, Dr Julius Maada Bio, on Tuesday, November 14 2023 received some Members of the Parliament of Sierra Leone, elected to represent Sierra Leone at the ECOWAS Parliament.

The 5-member representatives to the ECOWAS Parliament include Honourable Sidie Mohamed Tunis, the Speaker of the ECOWAS Parliament, Honourable Veronica Sesay, the leader of the delegation of Sierra Leone to the ECOWAS Parliament, Honourable Shiaka Sama, Honourable Emmerson Lamina and Honourable Mohamed Bangura.

Three of the five elected Parliamentarians, Honourable Emmerson Lamina, Honourable Veronica Sesay, and Honourable Shiaka Sama paid a courtesy visit to President Bio at State House in Freetown to share their strategies for advancing Sierra Leone’s national interest at the ECOWAS Parliament.

Established under Articles 6 and 13 of the ECOWAS Revised Treaty of 1993, the ECOWAS Parliament was instituted as a mechanism to forge greater ties with the citizens of the West African Community.

The Parliamentarians will lend their voices to advancing Sierra Leone’s leadership at the regional level, while also promoting His Excellency’s commitment to deepening democracy, promoting peace and security, and accountability across the sub-region.