APC presidential flagbearer, Dr. Samura Kamara, has implored the people to embrace peace and vote for development.
Supporters of the APC in the South and East of the country pledged to vote for development, stating that the ruling All People’s Congress party is capable to accomplish that objective.
These assurances came during the visit of the APC Flagbearer, Dr. Samura Kamara to various towns and villages in the South and East of the country over the weekend.
With his campaign team, Dr. Samura Kamara visited Panguma in the Lower Bambara Chiefdom, Mano Junction, and Kenema City in the Eastern Province; Sulima and Jurind Villages in Pujehun District, and Bo City in the Southern Province.
People in these various districts assured that they cannot be intimidated by any other political party not to vote in the APC. They reiterated that APC is willing to take development to every hook and cranny of the country without any form of segregation.
Dr. Samura Kamara promised that his government will build more roads, especially the one leading from Mano Junction in Kenema District to Bumpe, Kono District.
“My government will look into education opportunities and will implement good projects that will transform lives,” he said, noting that the ‘New Panguma’ should not vote based on tribal or regional sentiments, but must embrace assured developments in their communities.
Development, he said, should be in the heart of everyone, and that development in the APC has no boundaries rather it goes beyond region and tribe.
Dr. Samura Kamara also implored the people to denounce violence in any form because hatreds for each other will take them nowhere.
“Let us embrace peace in our heart, our communities, and the whole nation. This is not the time for violence,” he said.
At Sulima and Jurind Villages in the Pujehun District, Dr. Samura Kamara announced the installation of solar lights before the elections and assured that his government will make the two villages solid grounds for the APC.
“We will build your roads and improve your quality of life,” he noted.