The country's Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Kaifala Marah, and
Minister Marah said AfDB's funding is significant as his country is at a point in time where its extractive sector is offering an enticing opportunity to transform the development path and change lives of Sierra-Leone. "The essence of a policy is people and the Bank has been working with us in ensuring the placement of people at the centre of implementation of these projects," he underscored.
Vice-President Abou-Sabaa expressed confidence that the fund would boost the country's economic reform program. "We applaud the good progress in
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