Sierra Leone seeks Nigeria’s assistance to develop educational sector

The Sierra Leonean High Commissioner to Nigeria, Mr Henry Macaulay, on Thursday called on Nigerians to assist in developing the education sector in his country.

Macaulay, represented by Mr. James Lebbie, the First Secretary, Sierra Leone High Commission, made the call at the presentation of a book entitled, “The Executive in You,” in Lagos.

The author of the book is a Sierra-Leonean, Dr. Patrick Lukulay.

He is the Vice- President of the United States Pharmacopeia’s Global Health Impact Programmes.

Macaulay said Nigeria had been a big brother to Sierra Leone in its years of conflicts.

He said, “We are looking forward to meaningful Nigerians to go and invest in education and other spheres of life in Sierra Leone, to bring back its past glory.

“Nigeria has always been a big brother to our country, they have been by us, stood by us during our years of conflict.

“We are really grateful and we look forward to getting more assistance from Nigeria,” he said.


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