The Ombudsman, Melron Nicol-Wilson, on Monday 13th and Tuesday 14th November 2017, paid courtesy calls on a number of stakeholders in Bo City, in an effort to create a better working     relationship between the stakeholders of Bo District and his Office.

The Ombudsman said he visited the stakeholders in the provinces to introduce himself to them as the new Ombudsman; secondly, to sensitise them about his mandate and how that relates to their own mandates; and to build good working relationships that would make it easier for him to resolve complaints from and against their offices.

To these ends, the Ombudsman visited and held     discussions with the Senior District Officer,  Patrick A. Samba; the Provincial Secretary South, Thomas Lansana, and staff of the Provincial Administration in Bo; the District Health Management Team and the Bo Government Hospital Management and nurses; the Paramount Chiefs of Kakua and Njala Komboya Chiefdoms, Chief Prince L. Boima IV and Chief Ngoko Demby; the Regional Police Commander and the    various Police Commanders in Bo; His Worship the Mayor, Harold L. Tucker and the administrative staff of the Bo City Council; and the Chairman of the Bo District Council, Joseph M. Bindi.

The Ombudsman also met with the Resident Judge in Bo, Justice Momoh Jah Stevens, in his chambers, on Tuesday 14th November 2017. Later in the afternoon, the Ombudsman, on his way to Pujehun, met with the Brigade Commander of the 4th Infantry Brigade in Gondama. On Sunday 12th November 2017, the Ombudsman sensitised the general public about his mandate, through a simulcast radio discussion
programme, held on both KISS 104 FM and SLBC 96.5 in Bo.