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“The police have no reason asking me to make a statement to them. They’ve had written statements of happenings in Moyamba, Zimmy, Kenema and other areas in the southeast of Sierra Leone,” Maada Bio said.
“I have enough evidence to prove that the governing APC party has had restless moments deploying ex-combatants at strongholds of the SLPP (southeast) to disrupt the November 17th elections.”
“My assertions concerning APC’s deployments of ex-combatants,” he said, “are true, and I have documentary proofs to the effect but will not to give same to the police because on number of times the police have proved to be inefficient in the investigation of such matters.’’
The Sierra Leone People’s Party flagbearer made this disclosure shortly after appending his signature on a voter slip as he registered for the soon to come Presidential and Parliamentary elections at Fudia Terrace in Constituency 110.
Reflection must also be drawn to allusions that the SLPP flagbearer intends registering in Kenema east of Sierra Leone; presumably on security raison d’être.
No doubt however that the SLPP big man Saturday 18th added his signature on voter slip in Constituency 110 at Fudia Terries West of Freetown.
As he addressed sections of media practitioners soon after registration, Maada Bio said: “It is incumbent on every Sierra Leone who have attained voting age to follow principles as conditioned in the country’s constitution when they register”
Adding however that even though the registration process is a bit slow, people should try at all cost to register.
“I am here to exercise my franchises – so to say – register and vote come the 2012 elections,” he said.
“I therefore encourage every Sierra Leonean to register for the coming elections. For it is when you register you will have the right to choose your leader for the next five years.”
By Foday Massaquoi
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