Tony Blair visits Sierre Leone, Nigeria & Liberia

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    26th February, 2010

    During a trip to Sierra Leone, Tony Blair takes time out to visit Rokupa Government Hospital to see firsthand the opportunities and challenges that the Government of Sierra Leone’s free healthcare initiative will pose.

    More from Tony Blair Office YouTube Channel

    Weighing baby at the Rokupa Government Hospital

    See – Tony Blair at Rokupa hospital on Sierra Leone’s free healthcare plan

    This is the third African country in the last week that Mr Blair has visited as part of his Africa Government Inititiave, the others being Nigeria and Liberia.

    Tony Blair discusses with Sierra Leone's President Koroma the good governance inititiave. (Wonder if Gordon's thinking of calling him in.)



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    One Response to “Tony Blair visits Sierre Leone, Nigeria & Liberia”

    1. To The Hypocrite Mugabe: Keep Your Black Nose Out Of Our Affairs « Tony Blair Says:

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