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Vice President’s Seat: Who Is Who?

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Vice President’s Seat: Who Is Who?

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On the other hand, the main opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) has also named Dr. Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh as Sierra Leone’s vice president to Retired Brigadier Julius Maada Bio should the party win the coming elections.

Also, the Alliance Democratic Party (ADP) has named Isata Abdulai Kamara as Sierra Leone’s vice president to Mohamed Kamarainba Mansaray should the party win the coming elections.

The National Grand Coalition (NGC) has named Engineer Andrew Kemoh Keili as Sierra Leone’s vice president to Dr. Kandeh Kolleh Yumkella should the party win the coming elections.

The Citizens Democratic Party (CDP) has named Dr. Ibrahim D. Thorlie as Sierra Leone’s vice president to Honourable Alhaji Musa Tarawally should the party win the coming elections.

Other political parties including the Revolutionary United Front Party (RUFP), the Coalition for Change (C4C), the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), the People’s Movement for Democratic Change (PMDC), the Unity Party (UP), the United Democratic Movement (UDM), the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), the National Progressive Democrat (NPD) and the People’s Liberation Party (PLP), among others are still contemplating who in their political party should replace the current vice president at the Vice President’s Office on Tower hills in Freetown.

However, it is expected that come next week, most of, if not all the above named political parties must have named their running mates and next vice presidents.

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