The Vice President of Sierra Leone, Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh has today collected his Voter ID Card in Aberdeen, Freetown, and assured Sierra Leoneans of free and peaceful elections in June.

At the registration center, the Vice President told journalists about the professionalism of the Electoral Commission of Sierra Leone (ECSL) since the start of the process which has inspired public confidence in the electoral process.

He said public confidence in ECSL and the electoral process is fundamental to a free, fair, and peaceful election.

Jalloh further noted that the Government of Sierra Leone supported the electoral process from the beginning, which is a clear manifestation of their commitment to transparent and peaceful polls.


According to the Vice President, a resourceful National Electoral Commission including professional staff, mobility capacity, and ultra-modern equipment is vital to delivering a free, fair, and peaceful election because resources and professionalism inspire confidence.

This is what is needed for the public to believe in the process and respect the outcome of the polls,” he said.


VP Jalloh also used the occasion to call on registered voters to come out and collect their ID cards.