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‘NDA convention was illegal’ – National Secretary General

‘NDA convention was illegal’ – National Secretary General

The National Secretary General of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) has told Sierra Express Media that the convention that was reportedly held at the YMCA New Hall at Brookfields in Freetown on Saturday, November 7th this year was illegal.

In an exclusive interview with this paper, Mr. Mohamed S. Jalloh stated that those  who conducted that convention are a rebel faction who are attempting to usurp the powers and functions of the constitutionally elected executive of the party.

He explained that there was a Court injunction issued on Friday 6th November, 2015, prohibiting them from conducting a convention.

He lamented that the Police who were sent to stop the convention from holding could not follow the orders of the Inspector General, Mr. Francis Alieu Munu, as they allowed the rebel faction to meet and attempt to go through the motions of a convention.

He described the man who was reported to have been elected as Leader of the party, Mr. Mohamed Chernor Bah, as having no legal standing to be regarded as thus.

He described him as a “joker who, together with his cohorts, are going to pay for all the confusion they have brought into our noble party.”

Mr. Jalloh maintained that he is the legally elected National Secretary General of the party and that the elected executive is still in place and recognized by the Political Parties Registration Commission (PPRC), the National Electoral Commission (NEC) and the entire membership of the party.

He said Alhaji Amadu Jalloh is still the recognized Leader of the party, while Alhaji M. Wurie Musidal Jalloh is still their Chairman and Mr. Abdul Razak Bah remains the party’s National Coordinator.

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