In addition to the alleged weaknesses of the agreement itself, the main principles of the AFRC-Committee of Five agreement are under increasing pressure: the Committee of five also agreed with AFRC that RUF leader Foday Sankoh, imprisoned in Nigeria since the coup, could be released and reintegrate Sierra Leone to “contribute to the peace process”. (i) cessation of all hostilities; (ii) the reinstatement of ousted President Alhaji Tejan Kabbah until 22 April 1998; (iii) The preservation of humanitarian aid; (iv) disarmament, demobilization and reintegration of dismobilized personnel; (v) the release of Corporal Foday Saybannah Sankoh to enter the peace process; and (vi) the formation of a large-scale government. 3. These issues were raised in Conakry, but the time was not for the delegates; and the non-signing of the agreement would have sent the wrong signal of non-compliance to the world. For this reason, there was a consensus that the issues would be discussed at a later date by ECOWAS. However, ECOWAS refused to invite AFRC to its meeting in LOME, Togo, but invited representatives of Alhaji Tejan Kabbah to Lome. The issues were therefore not addressed. This ECOWAS measure is contrary to the Secretary-General`s statement on Sierra Leone, in which he stated that his special envoy, Francis Okello, would continue to support the search for a peaceful solution to the crisis and would participate in discussions with all parties concerned. (paragraph 28) Liberia and Nigeria both have strong interests in the outcome of the Conakry peace agreement. These interests threaten to disfigure the Conakry agreement, analysts say. “The United Nations has only one general objective: to achieve the constitutional order, peace and stability necessary for Sierra Leone and its people by implementing the Conakry Peace Plan and UN Security Council Resolution 1132. If we work together in a spirit of friendship, cooperation and commitment to this common goal, we can be sure that Sierra Leone will soon collapse a new era of stability. »