The Independent Commission for Peace and National Cohesion (ICPNC), under the leadership of board chairman Rev. Shodankeh Johnson on Monday 28th august 2023 ,presented their fact-finding report on the post-election preventive diplomacy meeting with the All People’s Congress (APC) political party.

The submission took place at State House in Freetown, where the President, Dr. Julius Maada Bio, received the report

The report emerged from a fact-finding endeavor addressing post-election concerns, and it affirmed the commitment to implementing recommendations and commitments outlined within the report.

In his statement, the Chairman of the commission Rev. Shodankeh Johnson, confirmed that they had got a great time at the Commission with the topmost ease to do their job as well as getting the best out of it and ensuring that the, country continued to enjoy peace and national cohesion.

He revealed that, the committee worked as a team with the political parties and other elections management bodies to ensure a sustainable peace, adding that, the government gave them a platform to ensure internal issues are resolved with commitment from all political parties, including the opposition which rolled out to every other sector in the country.

In response, President Bio, thanked and appreciate the committee and the commission for the hard work done and assured them of going through the entire report and respond to them adequately.