Sensitive Information on Sierra Leone Released by the United Kingdom Foreign and Commonwealth Office Under FOI
As disclosed last week, MambaTV is in receipt of a set of documents released under Freedom of Information Act by the United Kingdom Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). The released documents are described as “the Annual Reviews on Sierra Leone, including the calendars of events, covering the years 1991, 1992 and 1993”. Included in the documents are chronological listing of events by month which represent significant activities of the government of Sierra Leone and its officials, including the president and head of states at the time; information about the state of the rebel war and related peace talks; significant activities of international organizations and foreign donors and governments; information about the state of the economy; the NPRC overthrow; and information about return to multi-party democracy and the related constitutional review. The documents contain wealth of information pertinent to the state of affairs in the country at the time.
For full disclosure, a source in UK who requests to remain anonymous forwarded these documents to a MambaTV contact. For the historic value these document present to the Sierra Leone public, we plan to seek to obtain these same set of documents for other periods.
Below is the full set of the documents.
Also, please join our broadcast tomorrow, Saturday, October 29, 2016 starting at 12:00PM EST or 4:00PM Salone Time as we analyze and bring you a panel discussion on these documents and other topics
Host, MambaTV Focus on Sierra Leone
October 28, 2016
See the documents below:
1991 Calendar of Events and Summary
1992 Calendar of Events and Summary
1993 Calendar of Events and Summary