Ngobeh re-iterates resignation from PMDC in letter
In a letter to the PMDC, Mr. Jusu Ngobeh (in photo) re-iterated his resignation from the PMDC in 2009. Below is the letter in full …The Acting National Chairman People’s Movement for Democratic Change (PMDC) Freetown
RE: LETTER OF RESIGNATION
With respect to rumours going round that I am still a member of the People’s Movement for Democratic Change (PMDC), I wish to re-assert in this letter that I had long since resigned as member of the said party with effect from August 2009, alongside the mass resignation that was led by Hon. Dauda Tombo Bangura. This resignation was followed by our declaration for the All People’s Congress party on January 2nd 2010. This rejoinder is meant to put the rumours to rest.
As a founding member and first Secretary General, Eastern Region, I worked diligently and selflessly to serve this party and to advance its course from the time of its inception in 2005 to 2008 when I left for further studies abroad. During this period from 2008 to present, the party has been reduced to nothing but a social club with the current executive, put together in a fraudulent electoral process, either incapable or unwilling to unite the party. As a result, about 90% of the first one hundredth founding members and party icons have now left the party including the popular grassroots mobilizer and the party’s former Ambassador-At-large, Hon. Dauda Tombo Bangura, Regional Secretary West, Mr. Festus M. Kpukumu, Regional Chairman South, Mr. S K. Foryoh, Regional Chairman East, Chief Mohamed Benson Suwu, Kailahun District Chairman Chief Lamin Vonjo Ngobeh, Dr. Baimba Kamara, first elected chairman PMDC USA, Mrs. Rebecca Mbalu Conteh, National Women’s Leader, Mrs. Agnes Macauley, PMDC Chairperson UK & Ireland and a host of others.
Clearly, the party has lost direction and focus by putting away the core values upon which it was formed. Unfortunately, the vindictive leadership that has plagued the party has no idea or strategy to remedy the mounting disquiet and disenchantment.
As a young man who sees no vision and hope in what has left of PMDC, I deemed it prudent to seek my political career in another dispensation. In view of this, I would like to reaffirm my earlier declaration and my unreserved support for H.E The President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma and the government of the All People’s Congress, whose ‘Agenda for Change’ is evidently a positive strive towards turning our beloved country round.Yours faithfully, Jusu Ngobeh N3 Low Cost Housing, Kissy, Freetown May 25, 2010
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