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Bio assured the people of the two districts that education and health is at the top of his priority and that the contest to achieve that will start with the registration process, he further encouraged the people to participate fully, adding that it is the first step to elect him to state house.

He submitted that “when I was away my colleagues that I am contest against team up and form alliance, my own alliance is with the people. This alliance I have so much trust in even when am not around they will continue to protect my interest.” He further encouraged supporters to support responsible, avoid violence and that the people should support who so ever emerged as the flagbearer of the party as the party seeks to maintain unity.

Acting chairman and leader for the SLPP Dr. Prince Hardin stated that it only one SLPP they have and that his led executive is the legal representation of the party. Dr. Harding highlighted the challenges of the party readiness for the forthcoming convention and pleaded with the delegate to be strong for the sake of the party.

Dr. Morie Komba Manyeh explained that Bio is the most popular candidate in the party and that it popularity can serve as a tool to unite the party and that he is ready to serve as a messiah in that direction as well as  mediating the peace process for the benefit of the party.

Chairman of the Koinadugu District SLPP Dr. Abass Bundu mentioned that the people of koinadugu have spoken of whom they want to lead them in the approaching general election. He further encouraged  the people not declared in the open as their action demonstrate what they want and that he as a chairman of that District is very much proud of what he has seen.

Fatima Bio assured the people of Kono that they will be well represented if their husband Bio is elected into state house as they are ready to serve and change Kono story.

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