Sierra Leone’s Chief Minister, David Moinina Sengeh, has suggested the possibility of Sierra Leone introducing a passenger train to facilitate the transportation of people and goods.

He voiced this sentiment during the international engagement together with President Julius Maada Bio.

Sengeh is part of Sierra Leone’s delegation who are currently in the United States for the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA 78).

Recalling their recent engagement in Washington DC which ended with town hall meeting with President Bio, Sengeh said that. “During this upcoming UNGA78, I’ll have a hectic schedule. Pardon me, my friends, who I won’t be able to see.

He maintained that one day, not too far a distance Sierra Leone might get a passenger train up and running. “One day (insay wi yone active lifetime) wi go get passenger train back na salone, you believe?