- Introduced national day of cleaning to promote health and sanitation.
2. Domestic revenue mobilization at an all-time high.
3. Established single treasury account.
4. minimized lateness and absenteeism in civil service.
5. Authorized 10% wage increase for civil servants
6. Paid outstanding salaries of all diplomats.
7. Free primary and secondary school education to start September 2018.
8. Procured 50 buses for school children in Freetown.
9. Paid Sierra Leone’s arrears to the West African Examinations Council.
10. Abolished university admissions fees.
11. Established 10% reduction in fees for tertiary institutions.
12. Secured funding for university of Kono/university of science and technology. University to open doors for 2019/2020 school year.
13. Secured funding for state-of-the-art hospital of cardiology and oncology in Freetown. Bid to contractors open.
14. Bo – Mattru, Kenema – Zimmi and Moyamba – Shenge roads under construction.
15. Paid Le 7.2 billion to victims of mudslide.
16. Commission of Inquiry to expose corrupt officials starts deliberations in September. Billions of Leones already recovered.