Sierra Leone | Help Replace the Books





 Mount Bintumani and Loma Mountains National Park Sierra Leone are asking for the return of two visitors books taken from Mt. Bintumani's peak. The people of the Loma mountains regard these books as part of their heritage, the appeal said on the National Park website, set up by the Environmental Protection Agency on behalf of the Sierra Leone Government.

"If you have them, or know where they are, please contact Hadijatu Jallow at Sierra Leone's Environmental Protection Agency or email info@mountbintumani.com. A reward is being offered.

Mt Bintumani is found midway between Kabala and Koindu in the east among the ranges of the Loma Mountains. At 1,945 meters (6,381 ft), it's the highest mountain in West Africa.

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