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Kamarainba claims to be SLPP mouthpiece

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Kamarainba claims to be SLPP mouthpiece


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“The Sierra Leone Peoples Party is looking at me as the only person who can speak for the voiceless and the defenseless Sierra Leoneans, and I am the voice of the voiceless and by extension the voice of the Sierra Leone Peoples Party”. Kamarainba stated.

The cardinal objective of his visit was to express profound gratitude and sincere appreciation to the Sierra Leone People’s Party members for the solidarity and genuine stance the party legal structure accorded him, while he was incarcerated at the eastern district headquarter town of Kenema correctional Centre, about two weeks ago.

He said the Sierra Leone Peoples Party lawyers provided legal services on his behalf, together with his legal representatives who represented him in court for an offence, he said he did not commit, and he also used the gathering to inform the members of the Sierra Leone Peoples Party that he would be the next president of the Republic of Sierra Leone, come March 7th 2018 presidential election.

 The Alliance Democratic Party leader continued that he  was greatly admired by majority  of  members of the Sierra Leone People’s Party, as he urged them to  join the  Alliance Democratic Party,  so  as to  enable him  assume the  hegemony of Sierra Leone,  in the upcoming parliamentary and presidential elections.

 He made it crystal clear that gone were the days when politicians were using, what he referred to as wholesale politics, meaning to fool our people, and referred to retailed politics, as the politics of meeting the people one on one and preaching the realities of life, coupled viable and resulted oriented reforms could change their living conditions and improved their standard of living.

The fearless politician further referred to wholesale politics, as the type of politics where in the ruling Party cajoled it citizens to secure their votes during elections, and no sooner the party takes the governance, it citizens are abandoned after elections, noting that he joined Sierra Leones political landscape with the genuine intention, determination and enthusiasm to transform the country into a better place for present and generation yet to come.

Addressing young people in down town Freetown just after the meeting with his rival political party was adjourned, he called on them to join his political bandwagon, as he was in Sierra Leone to not only assuming the political leader of the country, but also to adequately and positively address burning issues affecting the youth population of   Sierra Leone, and to further create better opportunities for children and the under privileged.

A staunch supporter of the Sierra Leone Peoples Party observed that if his remained divided with no hope and signs of reuniting, ahead of the upcoming parliamentary and presidential elections, he would cast his votes for the leader and chairman of the Alliance Democratic Party.

 Adama Kargbo, a lady who trades in food stuff  informed African Young Voices  that  she  admired the Alliance Democratic Party  leader  and  would cast her vote  for him in the next general elections

Whiles the meetings with members of the Sierra Leone Peoples Party was ongoing, some youths who had gathered in front of the party headquarters were singing songs of praises for the ADP leader and was even referred to him as “Salone Mandela”.

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