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CDP Presidential Candidate Set For March 7th Election

CDP Presidential Candidate Set For March 7th Election

Former Minister of Lands Country Planning and the Environment, Alhaji Musa Tarawally who is the standard bearer for the Citizens Democratic Party (CDP) has expressed readiness to contest and win the March 7th 2018 Presidential election through democratic approach.

Alhaji Musa Tarawally made the submission when he was responding to an interview yesterday in Freetown.

The former strong APC Minister called on Sierra Leoneans to come out in large numbers on March 7th this year to vote for the CDP which he described as a party that stands for the truth.

According to the hopeful Presidential candidate, his intention after winning the election is to govern the people according to the rule of law but not for self-aggrandizement and discussed on his strategies to decentralize development if elected President of the Republic of Sierra Leone.

What was so good on the side of the former Internal Affairs Minister according to the Juba community indigenes who spoke to this medium is that, Hon. Alhaji Musa Tarawally has done so much good things for various individuals and organizations across the country.

Friends of renowned politician argued that the APC led Government of President Dr.Ernest Bai Koroma couldn’t carry out any investigation against him, while also alleging that President Koroma was influenced by some evil men within his Government to sack him as they described him as an innocent man.

Alhaji Musa Tarawally hailed in Moyamba District and he also served as Minister of State in the Southern Province.  Furthermore, the CDP candidate did not only regenerate and mobilize the former Civil Defense Force (Kamajors fighters) but also assisted them to embark on farming as well as settling rifts among themselves through addressing deep grudges and dissatisfaction.

His popularity in the Southern region gives him the nickname ‘Governor of the South’

When he was serving as Minister of Internal Affairs, Tarawally was able to strengthen some government institutions and upgraded the Sierra Leone police, transformed the Sierra Leone Prison into Sierra Leone Correctional Centre, restructured and capacitated the immigration Department as well as the National Registration Secretariat.

As Minister of Lands Country Planning and the Environment, he initiated and developed the land policy which has now become a blueprint for the ministry, regularized the ownership of many pieces of land all over the country and raised fourteen billion Leones (14,000,000,000,000) revenue within three years period.

Alhaji Musa Tarawally is the proprietor and Chief Executive Officer for the Tees’ Shopping Centre, unarguably the largest shopping mall in Sierra Leone at 100 Wilkinson Road in Freetown where he employs close to one hundred men and women from various backgrounds.

Hon. Alhaji Musa Tarawally gives scholarships to pupils and university students and assisted lot of community based organizations, religious and traditional bodies in various part of the country.

He is a humble man of God who is always willing and ready to improve lives of the less privileged in society devoid of region or tribe.

He promised to bring change and good governance to the people of Sierra Leone and strengthen economic growth if elected in the forthcoming election.

However, the President in waiting assured his supporters that he is confident and has the tendency of interrupting the popularity of the ruling All Peoples Congress (APC) country wide.

When asked about his preparedness for the March 7th 2018 election Alhaji, Tarawally revealed that he has put strategies in place to take over the reign of power and mentioned that he has met with stake holders and youth especially those of the voting age who have seen his good works.

By Alhaji Turay

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