Port Loko Scrambles for APC Regalia
Supporters of the ruling All People’s Congress (APC) party in Port Loko District Northern Province are reportedly in a mad rush to secure party T-shirts, caps and other party regalia ahead of the 23rd October campaign rally. (Photo; APC supporters in their party regalia)
Information streaming in from the northern district headquarter town indicates that Port Loko is prepared to give the president a red carpet welcome which is expected to be marred with the best cultural activities in acclamation of the developmental stride undertaken by President Ernest Bai Koroma in his five years of office. Thousands of APC supporters and admires of the president in the Northern provinces are expected to witness the ceremony as President Koroma outlines his vision for the implementation of the Agenda for Prosperity after the 2012 election which he is expecting to win overwhelmingly.
“President Koroma is arguably the most popular incumbent president in the country that has succeeded in the implementation of the Government’s Agenda for Change which has created a platform for economic growth and social development”, a political commentator boasted.
He further highlighted that while in office President Koroma launched Attitudinal and Behavioral Campaign, free health care, embarked on infrastructure activities and other development oriented programs.
A resident of Port Loko also endorsed that the president has contributed to the improvement of basic social amenities for his people in Sierra Leone according to their needs and aspiration.
Thousand of supporters in Port Loko promised to support and to vote for the APC president during the November 17th election so that he can continue to promote development in this country.
Many others believe that President Koroma is a respected politician that has transformed the lives of many children, youths, adults and the aged in the country due to his generosity and he has governed this country with a convincing and charismatic leadership and should therefore be allowed to run for a second term.
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