National Council of Paramount Chiefs
Yes G's HONORS THE MEMORY OF OUR DEAR FRIEND AND SPONSOR, THE LATE P.C. SAMUEL S. M. SOLOKO III, CHAIRMAN - NATIONAL COUNCIL OF PARAMOUNT CHIEFS, SIERRA LEONE
Chief Soloko was a great leader and is missed by all who knew him. He believed and supported the vision and mission. In 2003, Chief Soloko officially endorsed the Agricultural and Economic Development Strategy as stated, "As Chairman of the Council of Paramount Chiefs (Sierra Leone) I officially give my strong support in their effort to improve the living conditions of our people through the areas of Agriculture and Mining."
CHIEF SOLOKO'S MANDATE CONTINUES
G's is grateful to the continued support from the National Council of Paramount Chiefs.
Acting Chairman, B,C, Bai Koblo Queen II officially gave his strong support to on January 21, 2010.
"I, Paramount Chief Bai Koblo Queen II of Marampa Chiefdom Lunsar and acting Chairman for the National Council of Paramount Chiefs of Sierra Leone officially invites you Bishop William L. Lockhart, the African American Farmers and partners once more to come and help the people of Sierra Leone in the area of food security, especially growing rice and also for further deliberation on your mission. As acting Chairman of the Council of Paramount Chiefs in Sierra Leone, I officially give my strong support in their effort to improve the living conditions of our people in the areas of Agriculture and Mining."
"INTEGRITY IS ONE OF SEVERAL PATHS. IT DISTINGUISHES ITSELF FROM THE OTHERS BECAUSE IT IS THE RIGHT PATH, AND THE ONLY ONE UPON WHICH YOU WILL NEVER GET LOST."
Chief Soloko was instrumental in opening doors for us in Sierra Leone. As a result of his support and faith in our organization, G's has long term (21 years) development MOU'S with this government (2010) and agreements (2011) for agriculture and mining from the National Council of Paramount Chiefs for the 190 Chiefdom & Western Area.
*The role of the Paramount Chiefs is critical in the stability and peace of Sierra Leone. They are the unifying factor and the rallying point of development and peace. They are non-partisan and are accorded with respect and dignity in their office. Sierra Leonean government has instituted reforms that make chieftaincy relevant to the growing needs of the country.