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Red Human Tsunami Sweeps Freetown

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11 October, 2012 – Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone,  has been swept away by an avalanche of red  as the ruling All People’s Congress ( APC)  outdoored just a fraction of the mammoth crowd that will swamp polling stations on Saturday November 17, 2012  to vote President Ernest Bai Koroma in for a deserved and momentous second term. As  euphoria spread through the nation today , the whole of Freetown was  turned into a sea of red as  President Koroma and his deputy Chief Sam Sumana went out to be  nominated as APC Flagbearer and running mate respectively for the 2012 elections.

Dictionary is  yet to  coin the adjectives that would colorfully  describe  the volume of  the massive crowd, the fervent intensity and delirium  of the throng of people  and the political momentum established by the APC  as a whole nation turned out not only to march for President Koroma on his nomination day but to demonstrate once again that they appreciate what the President has done for Sierra Leone in five years of celebrated, fruitful and progressive  governance.

We bring you some of the photos that have emerged thus far from our men in the city  Ahmed Kabba, Unisa Mansaray and State House’s Jarrah Kawusu-Konte.

PRESIDENT KOROMA HOLDS ALOFT A FOOTBALL TO GIVE DRAMATIC MEANING TO THE METAPHOR THAT HE IS THE WORLD’S BEST PLAYER

PRESIDENT KOROMA IN THE MIDDLE OF THE SEA OF RED

PRESIDENT KOROMA WAVES TO THE SEA OF APC SUPPORTERS AS HIS CONVOY MOVES SLOWLY THROUGH THE JAM-PACKED CITY

Leeroy Wilfred Kabs-Kanu, Minister Plenipotentiary, NY, USA

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