• Maada Bio Pays Last Respects To Remains Of Flood Victims

  • Maada Bio Greeting Clergy at the Funeral of Flood Victims

  • Flood Victims Being Laid To Rest

  • President Of Liberia, President and Vice President of Sierra Leone Pay Last Respects To The Flood Victims

  • Maada Bio, his Wife and Alie Kabba at the burial site of the flood Victims

A welcome note from Maada Bio

Welcome to the website of the Office of Julius Maada Bio. Here you can find the latest news and information on my work in politics, philanthropy and the media. I have been lucky to have played a central role in the recent history of Sierra Leone and will be working hard in the coming years to push for an inclusive, fairer and more prosperous Sierra Leone. I look forward to your support and would be delighted to discuss my vision for Sierra Leone and Africa with you – do get in touch!

​Regards
Maada 

Latest News

FLOODING AND MUDSLIDE TRAGEDY IN REGENT

STATEMENT
 
Date: 14th August 2017 
 
FLOODING AND MUDSLIDE TRAGEDY IN REGENT
 
By: Brigadier (Rtd) Julius Maada Bio
 
On Monday, 14th August 2017 while on a trip abroad, I learnt of the terrible tragedy caused by natural disaster that has befallen various communities in the Western Area of Freetown.
 
While the full scale of the  devastation to lives and properties caused by the flooding and mudslide are being assessed, initial reports indicate that over three hundred citizens have lost their lives and billions of Leones worth in properties have been destroyed....

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MEDIA RELEASE- WELCOMING DR. KANDEH YUMKELLA TO THE SLPP FAMILY

In October 2015, Rtd Brig. Bio stated in an interview on Radio Democracy, FM 98.1, that the day Dr. Kandeh Yumkella becomes a legally registered member of the Sierra Leone People's Party (SLPP) he will be the first to congratulate and welcome him to the SLPP family....

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MAADA BIO: REVIEWING A REMARKABLE 2015

In January 2015, one of the major governance issues which was topical for public debate was the study titled “The credibility of the 2015 Census in Sierra Leone: Will all Heads be Counted” published by The Institute for Governance Reform (IGR)..... 

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