24th September 2017

JFK Foundation Engages Traditional, Religious Leaders in Port Loko Chiefdoms

By a press release (01/06/17)

JFK Foundation has taken the JFK ideology final phase of the civil registration to Foredugu and Buyaromenda chiefdoms in Portloko.

 

Engaging stakeholders, traditional and religious leaders, youth groups, traditional societies and community people, Mr. Abu Bakarr Kamara expressed thanks and appreciation to Buyaromenda for the huge turn up in the civil registrations process. (Pictured: Joseph F. Kamara).

Mr. Abdul Wahab Bangura President of the JFK foundation, preaching the vision and ideology of the JFK foundation outlined the good work of the JFK foundation since 2012, as a youth group that believes in the leadership of Joseph Fitzgerald Kamara, Attorney General and Minister of Justice. JFK was the former Anti Corruption Commission ACC boss.

The Keynote Speaker, Mr. Augustine Sheku acknowledged the community people for the quick and immediate response.  He explained about the achievements of President Ernest Koroma’s ‘Agenda for Prosperity’ as a progressive one. Not to mention the progress made in infrastructure, energy, water, the justice sector etc.

Thanks to Alie Bolima Kamara for leading the delegation of the JFK foundation to Buyaromenda, with Amara Sarkodi Sillah for introducing the delegation including Abdul Jusu Tucker Politico Turkish and Umar Mansaray. 

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