As Konos salute VP Sumana …Diana, Gbondo, others in warfare
Just when people of Kono welcomed the Vice President during his end of year visit, adversaries are reportedly in warfare.
Consequent to the visit of Vice President Sam Sumana in Kono, the District Chairman of Kono Town Council Diana Konomanyi (whom many say is anti of the Vice President), convened a meeting with a number of Kono APC executives to obstruct the visit of the former, that ended in impasse (fight).
It is disclosed also that the meeting was meant to conspiratorially plot out strategies that will unfailingly dent the pursuit of the Vice President as he runs for a second term of office as 2012 running mate.
Findings are that a few of the APC bigwigs, plus the national secretary general Victor Bockarie Foh, the Kono District Council Chairman Diana Konomanyi, the Kono APC Chairman Francis Gbondo, a few councilors, and others were present at the meeting.
During the meeting there was resentment among persons present, and it later resulted to a serious disagreement, and then to a fight.
It is revealed however that the meeting was chaired by Diana Konomanyi, key oppositionist of the Vice President, the report says.
Diana, our Kono source said, asked all persons present in the meeting to join her in persuading a number of APC executives not to support the re-appointment of Vice President Sam Sumana as President Koroma’s running mate for the 2012 elections.
The Vice President, according to our correspondent, received a tumultuous welcome from thousands of Kono residents as he celebrated the fruition of 2011 joining 2012.
Stakeholders of Kono District, including paramount chiefs, chiefdom speakers, and members of Parliament, councilors, all in their numbers pledged support for Vice President Sam Sumana; and as they put it “he is a son of Kono soil.”
”We in Nimiyama chiefdom, Kono District, wholeheartedly support the APC and will we demonstrate thr same at the polls come the elections,” chiefdom speaker Philip Musa Koroma said.
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