Celebrating ONE Sierra Leone! The GWB Commission hosts the 7th Annual Green, White, & Blue Ball in Maryland

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Mark your calendars for April 23rd, 2016 as The GWB Commission will be bringing you their annual gala celebrating Sierra Leone’s 55th year of independence.

“For the 7th Annual GWB Ball, The GWB Commission’s campaign for a ONE Sierra Leone is a call to action to bring Sierra Leoneans together as ONE heart, ONE country, and ONE people first and foremost in the name of Sierra Leone’s betterment, prosperity, and future. “This campaign is a representation of what we want to see Sierra Leone as, but also keeping true to our respective traditional cultures and traditions. After all, what makes Sierra Leone special is the fact that we are a tiny melting pot of differences yet we are very tolerant of one another.” says Co-Chair and marketing director Sarran Lan Jabbie.

The 7th Annual Green, White, & Blue Ball will take place at the elegant and dynamic music and entertainment concert hall, The Fillmore Silver Spring. This night of cultured elegance will feature upbeat sounds provided by DJ No Name, DJ JasonX and DJ JNYCE as well as a live surprise performance by Sierra Leonean artists.

The GWB Commission has released 3 of 11 images depicting the vision of ONE Sierra Leone accompanied by beautiful poems by Akindele Decker reflecting the differences that ultimately bring Sierra Leoneans together.

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Date: Saturday, April 23, 2016
Time: 7 PM
Venue: 8656 Colesville Road, Silver Spring MD. 20910

For information on sponsorship opportunities and media partnership please contact: mariama@gwbcommission.com or sljabbie@brandkultured.com | To purchase tickets please visit http://thegwbball.splashthat.com/

Partners include Prince Zamira Photography, SwitSalone, Restycle, Khristopher Aiyeh, Bee Sistars alongside media partners BellaNaija, Parallel Magazine, African Luxury Magazine, All Things Ankara, Leone Consulting & Marketing Group, AFWDC and LOFA Magazine.

For a recap of our past GWB Balls please visit http://www.gwbcommission.com/work

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BellaNaija is a Media Partner for GWB’s Green, White, & Blue Ball

10 Comments on Celebrating ONE Sierra Leone! The GWB Commission hosts the 7th Annual Green, White, & Blue Ball in Maryland
  • Ayo March 24, 2016 at 8:46 pm

    OMG! That’s beautiful! Looks like a great event. I love the chocolate thick girl!

  • Natu March 24, 2016 at 9:16 pm

    I love my mama salone!!!!

  • chi-e-z March 25, 2016 at 1:10 am

    look at all my beautiful salone people 😀

  • Dama March 25, 2016 at 5:22 am

    Hey now! Check Out all that melanin! Saro ppl no dey play oh.

  • Martha March 25, 2016 at 8:29 am

    the past events has been great but you guys need to ensure this event/celebration create impact back home which you have not been doing. Anyway, congrats for fly our Green, White and Blue flag out there.

    • Fati March 25, 2016 at 12:41 pm

      Every year they support an organization on the ground. Let’s worry about our government making an impact. Not everyone is a mother Teresa. The plan an even every yr to make Salone look good. I think that’s impactful to our apperance and how others see us.

  • Ibrahim Jabbie March 26, 2016 at 12:48 am

    Proud to be a Sierra Leonean…great work congrats all the way.

  • IndependentThinker March 27, 2016 at 3:24 am

    What have we (Sierra Leoneans) accomplished since independence? What are we celebrating? Our country has been in a state of decline for decades. One negative outcome after another stemming from the callousness of politicans/leeches who plunder our resources.
    Sorry but this ball makes no sense! While you are celebrating, mothers are still dying due to avert able child birth complications, millions are living on less than a dollar a day, corruption runs rampant in government………..

    • Ayo March 28, 2016 at 1:53 pm

      That through all our plights, challenges, and battles we continue to fight through the resilience. We celebrate the future and our potential. If you think it makes no sense, then simply do not attend any event celebrating Sierra Leone’s independence. It’s quite simple really.

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