The Association of Christian Professionals-Sierra Leone (ACP-SL) on Saturday at the Jovana Restaurant, Wallace Johnson Street in Freetown, launched the “Integrity” magazine.
In his statement the chairman of the occasion, Raymond George of the BBN Poetry Corner, said the magazine was launched at the right time when the country was at cross roads.
He added that ACP-SL aimed to promote righteousness, integrity and excellence in all spheres of society.
Mr George noted that the association, in partner with the body of Christ, wanted to mobilize and empower like minds to be salt and light to our generation for the spiritual and socio economic development of Sierra Leone and other nations.
Abass Joe Bangura, chairman of ACP-SL, stated that “Sierra Leone is listed least developed country because of our attitudes”, adding that “our culture and attitudes have reduced us”.
The chairman stated that, “we can make the change if we all work together as one”, adding further that pioneering a unique educational system in the country that would culminate in a leadership university in the country.
Mr Bangura maintained that the mission of ACP-SL was to raise a team of God- dependent men and women who would see their profession as a means of service to God and country through the principles of righteousness integrity and excellence.
He disclosed that the magazine would be out for sale quarterly.