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‘Faay-Lay’ Bobby Fala to Thrill National Stadium

‘Faay-Lay’ Bobby Fala to Thrill National Stadium

After a successful tour in the provinces with their White Flag, Save Mama Salone Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organization in collaboration with UNIPSIL, will rock the National Stadium in Freetown on the 2nd November 2012 with a free show at 4:00 P.M.

Hip-pop duo, LAJ and Kao Denero (in photo) are set to thrill Freetown at the set date featuring Bobby Fala’s debut album: “Faay Lay” for the first time. Making it to the show also are K-Man, P.M the Player, YOK 7, M.2 alongside the two Sierra Leone Peace Ambassadors: Amara Denis Turay aka Kao Denero and Alhaji Amadu Bah aka LAJ.

Also in the team is T-Town All Stars who will be rocking peace-loving Sierra Leoneans in their “Say No to Violence songs”. Fans are also expected to join the politicians to denounce violence in the November 17 multi-tier elections as they are going to rub shoulder to shoulder on that day.

In a related development, “Save Mama Salone” completed their week long tour of Kailahun, Bo, Kono, Kabala and Makeni successfully in a peace sensitization campaign trail countrywide on the theme Say No to Violence.

T. Town All Stars and K-Man set for the show

The White Flag Committee comprises various political representatives and they have been working round the clock to ensure peaceful elections. The Guests of Honor at the National stadium show include President Ernest Bai Koroma of the APC and Julius Madaa Bio of the SLPP.

Each political party leader will be issuing a message of peace to their various supporters on that day using such for their keynote addresses.

The Chief Executive Officer of Save Mama Salone Foundation, Dauda Kamara Jnr. said politics should not divide Sierra Leoneans but rather unite them.

He disclosed that their peace campaign tour was not a mistake but for Sierra Leoneans to reflect on the past and think about the present to determine the future.

He pointed out that the White Flag campaign tour will reach Freetown on November 2nd where prominent artists will display their musical talents. He called for a free, fair and violence free elections come November.  The entrance, he stressed will be free but emphasized that white flags and white T-shirts will dominate the entire stadium as a sign of peace and non-violence in the elections.

Dauda Kamara Jnr. disclosed that they will continue to use musicians in most of their campaign to get the attention of the youths, adding that the musicians will be supported by comedians and other entertainers.

He explained about the White Flag Committee which he said comprised of all registered political parties. Members of the Committee include Hon. Musa Tamba Sam of the Opposition Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) Hon. Coleson Turay of the All People Congress Party (APC), Christopher Bull of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) party among others.

“All Political Parties, community stakeholders, religious leaders and youth groups shall be making statements. We hope that the leaders will make it a point of duty to denounce violence and respect a non–violence election,” he said.

 “We want to send out a clear message to the international community that Sierra Leone is safe and that the country is ready to protect investors,” says Mr. Kamara.

The White Flag campaign officially kicked off in Kailahun on the 12th October then in on October 14th, Kono, Kabala and Makeni respectively.

Save Mama Salone Foundation was officially launched in May 20, 2012 at the Miatta Conference Hall, Youyi Building. The project was initiated by a young and developmental oriented Sierra Leonean, Dauda Kamara Jr.  After that launch, the Foundation has been engaged in robust non-violence campaigns as the country draws closer to the November 17 elections.

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