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Statement by Josephine J. Koroma at the fifty-ninth session of the commission on the status of women -CSW



PERMANENT MISSION OF THE REPUBLIC OF

SIERRA LEONE TO THE UNITED NATIONS

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STATEMENT

by





JOSEPHINE J. KOROMA

Deputy Executive Director of Net Work Movement for Justice

and Development (Representing Civil Society)

at the Side Event

Sierra Leone Ebola Response ''Getting to Zero''

and Post Ebola Recovery Strategy

Fifty-Ninth Session of the

Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)

New York, 16th March, 2015

Mr. Chairman,

Excellencies,

Distinguished ladies and Gentlemen,

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Government Assures of Honouring the May 8 Martyrs

Government Assures of Honouring the May 8 Martyrs

The Ministry of Public and Political Affairs of the Government of Sierra Leoneans has assured Sierra Leoneans that henceforth the Commemoration of the 22 Sierra Leoneans that lost their lives during a peaceful protest march to the residence of the Revolutionary United Front leader, Corporal Foday Sankoh, in May 8, 2000 would be a state responsibility.

The Director of Communication in the ministry, Alhaji Dauda, who deputized the minister, made this disclosure during the Commemoration Ceremony held at the Presidential Lounge of the National Stadium in Freetown on Thursday 8 May 2014 - the first of such event since Foday Sankoh and his agents viciously and gutlessly murdered 22 peaceful and unsuspecting Sierra Leoneans 14 years ago.

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