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‘Kamarainbaphobia’ Grips APC in Port Loko

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‘Kamarainbaphobia’ Grips APC in Port Loko


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Kamarainba’s strategic campaign message to voters of Constituency 50 will definitely not give APC a smooth ride over the ADP or the Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) in the upcoming election.

The ADP big man seems to be so wise that he now navigates his new campaign messages around the country’s current hardship status and unreasonable political violence vented on him allegedly by the APC and to some extent, his new strategy seems to be gaining him more sympathy from voters in that part of the country.

On several occasions, Kamarainba have been preaching bad living condition, poor health, excessive and continued corruption, political biasness and thieving, among others ugly things he claimed have been the only things the people of Sierra Leone have benefited so far from the reign of the APC.

From investigations gathered by this reporter, the Kamarainba seems to be gradually succeeding in his venture to win over the minds of voters as this was clearly evident in his last two rallies in Makeni and Lunsar past weekend, where thousands of people came out to support him and his party.


It can be recalled that this was the similar way Kamarainba wisely designed his campaign messages that made him almost succeeded in disgracing veteran politician Alhaji Ibrahim Ben Kargbo in the Constituency 30 bye-election in the Bombali district few months ago, which saw I.B. Kargbo narrowly winning 5,754 votes over Kamarainba’s 3,926 votes leaving the SLPP to hand pick only 736 votes.

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