‘I will change the life of Sierra Leoneans’ – Usu Boie
The biggest day in the history of the Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) will come after delegates of the forenamed party would have voted their candidate of choice.
The SLPP in recent times, announced names of 23 suitable aspirants undertaking to vow for leadership of the party come 2012.
Of all the 23, Usman Boie Kamara(in photo) has been viewed as ‘up right’ to challengingly defeat APC President Ernest Bai Koroma in the 2012 race.
Over the weekend, Usman Boie also known as Usu Boie called on the attention of party stalwarts at his party headquarters on Wallace Johnson Street to officially launch his campaign for leadership.
The launching, as was observed, brought together hundreds of thousands of SLPP supporters across the country.
In his statement, Usu Boie illustrates his services and diligences to issues of national concerns and how he has served in various capacities in the mining sector for over thirty years.
He has worked with five heads of state – from late Siaka Stevens onto the incumbent President Koroma.
Usu Boie proudly revealed reasons leading to his strive on leading the SLPP come 2012.
“With me as your leader it is sure that the lives of Sierra Leoneans will change completely,” Usu Boie said.
For Sierra Leone to grow, it is obvious we should improve on our resource base and the only man to do so is me.”
He however asked all to vote him for leadership and expect to see the SLPP make a come in 2012 unfailingly.
“With me as your leader the SLPP will bring half of the 21 seats in the Western Area and will also consolidate its Kono stronghold despite having the first lady and Vice President as Konos,” Usu Boie said.
“We need to change the system and I want to change the society.”
National women’s leader, Isata Jabbie Kabba, in her statement thanked Usu Boie and advised that he considers women as the backbone of the party.
She however appealed for togetherness among party members and encouraged all to make wise decision and vote the most competent for leadership of the party. According to the Western Region Chairman, Lansana Fadika, said the SLPP never lost the 2007 elections, but had it snatched from them.
The chairman, Rev Abraham Sesay, said nobody has the will power to stop the SLPP occupying State House come 2012 at12 p.m.
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