Keketoma Sandi Reappointed Press Secretary

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Keketoma Sandi Reappointed Press Secretary

His Excellency President Dr. Julius Maada Bio has reappointed Yusuf Keketoma Sandi Esq. as Press Secretary at State House, where he is once again expected to oversee the general communication architecture of the Presidency.
It could be recalled that between April 2018 and July 2023, Keketoma diligently served as Press Secretary and Presidential Spokesman to the President, during which his brilliant skills in handling public issues and ability to bring the presidency closer to the people earned him the admiration of many.
After the June 2023 elections, he was appointed Deputy Information Minister, where he also helped to manage and coordinate government information, especially during an extremely critical period.
His appointment signifies, once again, His Excellency President Bio’s commitment to young people as integral to nation-building. His reappointment will also contribute immensely to cementing the working relations between the Bio-led administration and the media with the aim of fostering development in Sierra Leone.
A longstanding ally of the President, Keketoma, is renowned for his loyalty and commitment to President Bio’s agenda. He is a people-centred character, who has maintained an open-door policy for everyone. His return to State House will, without a doubt, bring excitement to many, especially the SLPP grassroots.
“Keketoma was brilliant as a Press Secretary and he continued that brilliance as Deputy Minister of Information and Civic Education. He is smart, knowledgeable on governance issues, respectful, humble and understands the workings at the Presidency. His reappointment as Press Secretary is a fantastic decision by the President,” a renowned media Practitioner said.

Information Minister Thrills World Audience

Sierra Leone’s Information and Civic Education Minister, Honourable Chernor Bah, once again captivated the audience with an awe-inspiring speech on education during the UNESCO International Day of Education program in New York on Wednesday, January 24th.
Addressing a high-level gathering of global education figures, the quintessential Chernor Bah delved into Sierra Leone’s tumultuous history and the distorted version of education imposed by colonial powers.
The mercurial Minister Bah courageously navigated the murky waters of our education system’s devastation during the 11-year war, emphasizing Sierra Leone’s imperative to reclaim its rightful place in the world through advocacy.
He lamented the fragility of education over the years, leaving a population susceptible to manipulation by misguided individuals residing abroad. Minister Bah then eloquently highlighted the silver lining on the horizon, centered around President Bio’s vision to restore the broken educational systems in our country.
Expounding on President Bio’s commitment, he discussed the allocation of 22% of the national budget to education, the implementation of free quality education, STEM programs, and radical inclusion.
In conclusion, he implored the gathering to draw valuable lessons from Sierra Leone’s journey.

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