Political Parties Air Policy Statement at NEC
Three political parties have paid the sum of Le5 million as nomination fees to the National Electoral Commission (NEC) as at Saturday October 6th. Three of these political parties include the Revolutionary United Front Party (RUFP), the United Democratic Movement (UDM) party, and the United Movement People’s Party (UMPP). In completion of the fees the various parties were asked to produce a certificate of legitimacy in qualifying their citizenship as legal bearer to vote and be voted for.
The required documents include voter registration card, local text receipts, National Birth Certificate and the political party registration form given by the PPRC, all presented to NEC commissioner Dr. Christiana Thorpe. Adding her voice the commissioner welcomed all flag bearers vying as future president of the Republic of Sierra Leone, but asked all candidates to choose from the ballot box and not the other way round. She went further to ask all candidates to voice their various policy statements if voted into office.
Leader of the Revolutionary United Front Party (RUF), Eldred Colleens said that he chose service delivery, noting that he promises to bring the people closer to the government, focusing on bringing development to the country with a free ticket of education for all.
Leader of the United Democratic Movement (UDM), Mohamed Bangura said he chooses Information Communion Technology Systems (ICTS) which he says is a blessing in disguise to him and his running mate, citing that they both have degrees in the above discipline.
Leader and flag bearer of United Movement People Party (UMPP) Dr. James Obaai Fulla said he promises to bring the people closer to the Government, improving infrastructure, development, and international auditory to put Sierra Leone’a economy in a better shape, adding that he seeks to be the people’s president.
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