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APC Party Office on Fire

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All People’s Congress Party (APC) scribe, Victor Bockarie-Foh revealed to Sierra Express Media that on Wednesday August 15th the APC Party HQ situated at the Old Railway Line, Brookfields, Freetown, was on fire.

The APC scribe made this statement in a telephone conversation to this press revealing that they noticed the fire some moments after smoke seemed to have engulfed one of the rooms where party registration forms and membership cards are kept, he said the party lost an office computer, some membership cards, and forms.

He maintained that even though they called the Fire Force Agency it was the timely intervention of youths at the party office that rushed to extinguish the fire that saved the day.  Bockarie-Foh said he had informed President Koroma who is the leader of the party, and that investigations are ongoing as to what caused the fire.

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