Speaking at a recent press conference he said: “We would not just be in the next parliament to oppose for opposing sake. We are going to oppose objectively when we feel that what is being deliberated is not good for the people. But at the same time we would also support legislations that would move this country forward.” He added that his party while in parliament would be a formidable and credible opposition that would seek the interest of the general public throughout its tenure.
He went on to say that in the interim the NGC would not sit on its oars but that it would be galvanizing support and setting the stage to contest and win the 2023 elections because according to him, the result of the March 7 election is an indication that the people of Sierra Leone are ready and appreciate the change in governance which the NGC stands for.
He warned against tribalism and any form of discrimination that could divide the nation and urged leaders of political parties not to divide the nation but to keep everyone together and called on all and sundry to go to the polls on March 31st peacefully with the good of Sierra Leone in mind.