The newly appointed Attorney General and Minister of Justice Joseph Fitzgerald Kamara has subscribed to the Oath of Office before President Ernest Bai Koroma at State House.
President Koroma noted that newly appointed attorney general is familiar to a terrain not only of his professional background but also served in the Law Office.
He said that the newly appointed Attorney General and minister of Justice has been in and out of the judicial system as such he is aware of what is expected of him. He added that with his experience and his performance at the Anti-Corruption Commission he has no doubt that he will live up to the expectations of all Sierra Leoneans.
Subscribing to the Oath of Office, the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, thanked president Koroma for the appointment and for the confidence reposed in him. He also expressed profound gratitude to the president for the continuous support that he offered him in the course of the years at the Anti-Corruption Commission.
Mr. Kamara assured president Koroma that he will live up to his expectations and responsibilities as Attorney General and Minister of Justice and endeavor to serve justice for everyone in Sierra Leone.
In another engagement, the Deputy Ambassador of Sierra Leone to the People’s Republic of China, Kumba Momoh presented twenty thousand dollars on behalf of the Sierra Leonean Community in China to President Ernest Bai Koroma at State House as support to victims of last year’s floods.
Briefing the President Ambassador Kumba Momoh said that to compliment government’s efforts they informed their friends in China about the floods adding that friends very close to the mission contributed twenty thousand United States dollars as their support towards rehabilitating the flood victims.