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Red Carpet Welcome for Bio’s Wife

Red Carpet Welcome for Bio’s Wife

Wife of leading SLPP intending flag bearer aspirant, Fatima Bio, past Saturday received glowing welcome from the Muslim jamaat at Fula Mosque, Robis road, Calaba Town in the east of Freetown.

The visit of Fatima Bio to the Fula Central Mosque was part of her numerous visits to other Mosques in Freetown. Fatima Bio used the opportunity to share her Muslim belief with about a thousand worshippers. She admonished the worshippers to remain resilient and committed to worshipping Allah.

Fatima Bio’s admonition delighted many Muslim worshippers and scholars who assured her of their unflinching support to serve their leaders and the government of Sierra Leone.

Fatima Bio also paid a courtesy call on one of the popular Attire Bases at Foamex, the Unity Attire Base, where she called on all SLPP party loyalists in the constituency to work hard for the good of the party, stressing that the party has a long history which explains why its members should not shy away from the party’s activities especially now that the elections are coming closer.

Fatima Bio’s worship at the Fula Mosque coincided with the unveiling of Streets in Calaba Town the rehabilitation of which was funded by a newly formed Community Based Organization (CBO) known only as Mission of Hope Development Organization (MADO).  Two of the streets were unveiled by the SLPP former parliamentary candidate, Baimba Jalloh who scored the highest votes in the past election in 2012 in the entire Western Area.

Jalloh was given that offer for his development strides over the years and for being one of the stakeholders in the community. He pledged his support to the organizations and praised the founders for his initiative, describing the ceremony as historic since this is the first ever organization that is coming to the aid of the community.

Baimba Jalloh expressed the need for all the streets in the community to have sign boards with names of streets written on them to ensure that people do not find it difficult to trace their loved ones.

By Amadu Kargbo

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