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Abu Bakarr Biggie Kamara

President Sierra Leone Nationals Association of Manitoba -SALNAM

Alie Hassan Nasralla

Vice President Sierra Leone Nationals Association of Manitoba

Abubakarr Sidique Mankotta Kay

Secretary General

Alimamy Lahai Sesay

Assistant Secretary General

Amram Azariah Bangura

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Gasimu Sheriff

SALNAM Treasurer

Memuna Marah

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Fatmata Hashim

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Eriqueson Tayo-Jones

SALNAM Public Relations Officer

Ken-Abu Kamara

Assistant Public Relations Office

Restorative Justice Squad

The approach to justice that focuses on the needs of the victims and the offenders, as well as the involved community, instead of satisfying abstract legal principles or punishing the offender

Community theory of RT

Restorative justice theory and programs have emerged over the past 35 years as an increasingly influential world-wide alternative to criminal justice practice

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SALNAM – The umbrella organization for all Sierra Leoneans living in Manitoba is a not for profit community organization where every person is elevated by their participation and where every interaction involves an exchange of value. We are unique not in what we say or claim to be, but rather in the shared experience of our ever expanding community.

We are dedicated to the development of a strong and identifiable Sierra Leonean community and to facilitate a successful integration of its members into the mainstream of Canadian society, through hard work which also helps our community promote and maintain its rich cultural values in a multicultural society.

Our Executive Council is responsible for the day-to-day management of the association headed by the president and the Executive Council  consist of the President, Vice President, Secretary General, Financial Secretary, Treasurer, Public Relations Officer, Social Secretary, Assistant Secretary General, Assistant Social Secretary, and Assistant Public Relations Officer.