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She hasten to state that her attention was drawn to the false publication in which her photograph was placed alongside eight other APC comrades whom the publications say are vying for the position of Vice President in the next APC led Government.

“I want to make it categorically clear that I have no such intention.” Minister Blyden stated, adding; “23 years ago, in June 1994, after I became the first ever Sierra Leone woman in History to be elected as President of a University Students Union Government, I expressed an intention to be President of Sierra Leone one day. Since then, I have repeatedly stated that is an ambition of mine; to be President of Sierra Leone”.

She said throughout the past 23 years of repeatedly stating her ambition to be President, she has never expressed an intention to be a Vice-President. “It is not going to ever be under consideration by me. I am not contemplating to be Vice President in 2018 or any time in the future.” Blyden repeatedly stated.

According to her, Office of the Vice President is not a position that she has any interest in, furthering that for the records, she is not even remotely thinking of running for President in 2018.

The smart woman minister concluded saying: “I am a Cabinet Minister who is currently very well focused on my sacred duties of serving the Social Welfare, Gender and Children needs in Sierra Leone as entrusted to me by His Excellency the President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma.”

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