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Sorie Ibrahim Koroma

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Sorie Ibrahim Koroma (April 14, 1927 – April 30, 1994) commonly known as S.I. Koroma was a Sierra Leonean politician, labor activist, and one of the founding members of the All People's Congress political party. He served as first Vice President of Sierra Leone from April 19, 1971, to retirement on November 28, 1985, under president Siaka Stevens. Sorie Ibrahim Koroma was a close personal friend of president Siaka Stevens; and was one of the closest and must trusted political advisors to president Stevens. To date, S.I. Koroma is widely considered the most influential vice president in Sierra Leone's history. Early years One of Sierra Leone’s most vibrant political figures, Sorie Ibrahim Koroma was born in Port Loko, Maforki Chiefdom, Port Loko District in the Northern province of British Sierra Leone. He was one of the 13TH member's of the APC after it was formed on March 20, 1960. Sorie Ibrahim Koroma's father was a member of the Mandingo ethnic group of Guinean descent,
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