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“Don’t use Tripartite Report as excuse for violence…” Dr. Samura Kamara warns unpatriotic Sierra Leoneans

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“Don’t use Tripartite Report as excuse for violence…” Dr. Samura Kamara warns unpatriotic Sierra Leoneans

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AYV News, June 21, 2024

The All People’s Congress (APC) Party’s 2018 Presidential Candidate, Dr. Samura Mathew Wilson Kamara has warned people trying to bring unrest in Sierra Leone to stop forthwith.
In his address to the nation, Dr. Samura Kamara said: “I would like to firmly implore and encourage any voices wishing to use the final report of the Tripartite Committee as an excuse for violence, ethnic hatred, political vilification and destabilising our nation and the economy, to desist. This is unacceptable”.
He said too much blood has already been shed, and too much treasure has also been lost in the history of the country, warning that; “We cannot as a nation afford to lose any more innocent lives and hard-earned treasure. Peace, tolerance, and mutual respect must remain an overriding priority”.
Dr. Samura Kamara reiterated that leadership, at all times, means taking bold and difficult decisions even where they affect your ego and personality, adding; “That is what should be acknowledged and done in the current circumstances. As the major political parties in the country, we have voluntarily agreed to examine the outcomes of the 2023 elections”.
He said by so doing; “We have made the difficult decision to place the national interest above partisan politics, to prioritise governance and the economic well-being of our people, and to provide our local councils across the country an inclusive environment necessary for them to deliver for the people of this country.
“A Southern African proverb says that ‘when the elephants fight, only the grass gets trampled’. It is time in our beloved Sierra Leone for the elephants to stop fighting and allow the grass to grow.”

 

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