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Magazine community praises Usuman Boie Kamara

Magazine community praises Usuman Boie Kamara

Although Usman Boie Kamara (fondly known as UBK) has lost his chance of becoming 2012’s flag bearer of the major opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party, that has not dampened his plans for development in the community where he grew up, as well as in Sierra Leone in general.  (Photo: Usman Boie Kamara)

Sierra Express Media went to the Magazine community and was given detailed information about the works undertaken by a politician who has refused to be disappointed with his plans to be the man in the seat.

On the matter of the road reconstruction in the city, UBK has undertaken work in Magazine Street where he has manifested a keen sense of responsibility and interest to the people.  In Reader Street in the Eastern part of the city, there has been a great improvement in the lives of the people through the effort of UBK who has spent his own personal funds to ensure that there is a betterment to the lives of the people in that part of the city.

Other communities which have been beneficiaries of UBK’s largess include Martin Street where the entire street has been paved with cement, Magazine Wharf where the open gutters have been professionally paved, as well as the Salad Ground, all in Magazine where market women have now been relieved of the problems of going through the problem of smelly open sewers.

The work of UBK has not only been limited to the Magazine and Eastern communities where he was born and bred, he has also engaged in other parts of the country; he has also created a car wash facility for unemployed youths in the Western part of the city, all through the great concern he has for the development of his country.

Usman Boie Kamara’s charity work has also involved helping fish women in what is known as One Pole in Lumley Beach in terms of equipment and soft loans as well as outright gifts of money and other resources.  “We like to see such Sierra Leoneans because they are not just in the interest of representing the people, but also in ensuring that the people are helped along,” said Mammy Fatu, a fish seller.

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