Hon Chernor Bah calls on Fullah’s to vote APC… and commissions bridges at Tengbeh Town
A cross section of the Fullah community in the Western Area comprising mainly of youth and adults organization past Sunday pledged their support to the All Peoples Congress Party (APC) for the 2012 election so as to continue their agenda for prosperity for the socio-economic development of the country. (Photo : Hon. Chernor Bah addressing the Fullah community at the national stadium past Sunday )
He also commissioned two bridges at Tengbeh Town to ease constraints faced by residents in moving within the community a hand pump well is also under construction for constituents.
Addressing the Fullah community during the meeting Hon. Chernor Bah commonly called (Chericoco) amidst applause called on the Fullah Community to vote APC during the November 17 multi tier election for all the candidates for a land slide victory.
He also welcomed the Fullah community into the APC and said the party is for all Sierra Leoneans irrespective of their tribe, religion and region.
He embraced the Fullah community on behalf of the APC Party hierarchy and urged them to vote solidly for the All People Congress Party, during the 2012 election for all the four candidates.
He said the APC party respects and admires the contribution of the Fullah community into the socio economic development of the country.
One of the leading Fullah youth activist Chernor Pottal Bah in his statement outlined the achievement made by Hon. Bah and President Koroma in moving the development for the country forward.
He urged the Fullah community in the country to put APC back to power in other to archive the dreams of the president in making a Sierra Leone a paradise.
The President of the Importers Association, Alhai Tanu Jalloh in his statement welcomed the Fullah community for committing themselves to the APC party and urged them to work with president Koroma to moved Sierra Leone forward.
In another development Hon Chernor Bah also commissioned two bridges at Tengbeh Town in one of the most deprived communities in the west end of Freetown, residents almost mobbed him in expressing gratitude for his development initiatives within his constituency.
Others also commended him for linking the Tengbeh Town communities nestled in rocks and water alleys where most of residents mainly children and the aged finds it extremely difficult to move from place to place.
Minister of Lands Housing and the Environment thrilled the audience with APC performances in the development of the country and called on all to vote APC in the 2012 election.
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