|MOFD||Ministry of Finance & Development
Tel.: (232) 22 225612/220511/222211/223520
Fax: (232) 22 228472/225826/225810
Minister - Momodu l. Kargbo
Deputy Minister - Momoh Vandi
April 27, 1961 - June, 1961
Dr. William H. Fitz-John, Charge d'Affaires A.I.
July 18, 1961 - October, 1963
Dr. Richard Edmund Kelfa-Caulker, Ambassador E &P
November 20, 1963 - January, 1967
Ambassador Bockari Kortu Stevens was educated at Fourah Bay College, the University of Sierra Leone where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science in 1975. Thereafter, he pursued his Master’s of Arts degree at the University of East London from September 2001- June 2002.
The Embassy of Sierra Leone in Washington DC wishes to inform the General Public that the following are the official holidays for 2010. On these days the Embassy will be closed for business.
Relations between the Republic of Sierra Leone and the United States of America began with Missionary activities in the 19th century through commercial activites. The relations since then have been cordial, giving rise to the establishment of a resident Embassy in Washington DC on Thursday, April 27, 1961 at the level of Charge d'Affaires A.I. Dr. W.H. Fitzjohn served in the capacity of Charge d'Affaires A.I. until June 26, 1961 when Dr.
The Embassy of Sierra Leone in Washington DC is accredited to the United States of America and concurrently accreditted to the following countries with residence in Washington DC: