Ambassador Kamara nominated by the African Union Peace and Security Council to the address Pan African Parliament
Sierra Leone’s Ambassador to the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, Mr. Osman Keh Kamara has been nominated by the Chairperson of the African Union Peace and Security Council (PSC) to represent the Council at the 3rd Ordinary Session of the 4th Parliament of the Pan African Parliament (PAP) scheduled to take place on Wednesday 12th October, 2016 in Sharm-el Sheikh, Egypt.
Ambassador Kamara’s nomination was unanimously approved by his peers after the Kenyan Ambassador to Ethiopia and Chairperson of the PSC, Madam Catherine Mwangi nominated him to represent the PSC and make a presentation on behalf of the Council on the topic: “Peace and Security in Africa’’.
The nomination of Ambassador Kamara manifestly demonstrates the respect and confidence the African Union Commission, the Peace and Security Council and colleagues’ Permanent Representatives repose on the leadership of Sierra Leone Permanent Representation to the African Union. It is equally connected to his cogent contributions in guiding the work proceedings and deliberations of the PSC plus his vast knowledge on contemporary global issues.
He will also use the opportunity to extol the virtues of His Excellency President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma’s leadership in promoting youth, women and the disabled in higher positions of trust within and outside Sierra Leone.
Meanwhile, full details of Ambassador Kamara’s statement will be published after formal presentation to the Pan African Parliament.
Abdul Karim Koroma
Embassy of the Republic of Sierra Leone
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia