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The All People’s Congress North America Branch’s 21-man delegation has fed the people of constituencies 104 and 112 in the Fourah Bay community and Lumley areas respectively. The National Chairman of the North American Branch said they came to register for the November elections but thought it fit to share and dine with their constituents as in sharing there is better way by which one gets to know each other better. (Photo: Al-Aziz Turay of Phoenix Arizona, part of the 21man delegation from APC NA)
Al-Aziz Turay said they fed and interacted with their people and had a good spirit of understanding among themselves.
During their interactive sessions in Lumley, the people of Kaningo informed Al-Aziz Turay that they lack market centres, Community Health Centres, Police Post and pipe borne water. Al-Aziz noted their complaints and pleas. He promised to discuss the issues with his executive and that whatever outcome would be communicated to them in due course.
He educated the inhabitants of both constituencies the importance of the Biometric Registration, noting that the amount of time spared by Sierra Leoneans to register is not in a wasted effort as registering is part of their franchised right.
He said all Sierra Leoneans who have attained 18 years of age should endeavour to register and partake in the November elections.
The Deputy National Organizing Secretary APC Tamba Sandy, Yabom Taslim Sesay-Koroma, Chapter President Washinton, Virginia and Maryland and Abie Bangali Mansaray North America Branch’s treasurer also formed part of the entourage.
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