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Erudite Mining Engineer Cum Politician, Alhaji Usman Boie Kamara, has vowed to enhance self-sufficiency among the women folks in Sierra Leone. The new-comer onto the political dance floor who slightly lost the SLPP flag bearership to Julius Maada Bio is in the news again, and this time for a different outstanding motive, Community Development! (Usu Boie Kamara and youths from Magazine community)
This dynamic strikingly handsome gentleman, who is known for his tireless effort in making people’s livelihood easier, stormed into politics in order to do more for the people of our nation. Since that journey wasn’t successful, he has chosen to embark on community development. “My intention of getting into politics was to do more for the people of our beloved country, Sierra Leone, through building and strengthening our own human resources. But like the saying goes, when one door is closed, another opens, UBK maintained.”
Speaking to the hundreds of folks that were gathered to witness Boie Kamara’s commissioning of Martin Street, Reader Street, Magazine Street and a bridge in the Magazine community, Usman Boie Kamara maintained that this time is not about politics but community development. He went on to state that the Magazine community had long been suffered from developmental project, adding that this is just the first phase of many projects he plans to implement for the people of Magazine. “The roads and bridge project financed by me and the Boie Kamara family,” he stated!
He pointed out that infrastructural development issues should be the backbone of any country and should be the priority of every Sierra Leonean, added that the construction and cleaning ness of our country is the responsibility of the citizen of the nation.
Mr. Boie Kamara urged resident in the community and the nation to put the interest of Sierra Leone first and refrain from practicing the politics of sentiment and selfishness, and that the people of the country need to work together for the betterment of our generation unborn.
The ceremony, witnessed by people from all walks of life, was mostly dominated by market women, petty traders and others from the outskirts of Freetown as far as Tombo, where Boie Kamara is also giving a helping hand to the people of that village.
After the commissioning of the hundreds of millions of Leones roads project, Boie Kamara was later seen shaking hands as he travelled around the entire Magazine community.
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