African TV

Lawyers - Legal Representation


April 2014
« Mar    

Page added on October 21, 2012

Politics | Comment Feed: RSS 2.0 Printable versionPrint This Post Print This Post

Lands Minister launches APC mayoral campaign

Lands Minister launches APC mayoral campaign thumbnail

The Minister of Lands, Hon. Alieu Pat-Sowe on October 17 officially launched the campaign of the All People Congress (APC) with APC victory songs at the Wilberforce village playing field as Mayoral Candidate Sam Franklyn Bode Gibson grinned.  (Photo: Sam Franklyn ‘Bode’ Gibson)

The chairman of the occasion, Hon. Chernor Bah (aka Chericoco) in his opening statement noted that APC has a style that no other party can contest and that in politics his party does not chop off hands, feet, or kill anybody. He furthered that now is the time to talk while the APC leads and others follow. He added that the people should come together and vote ‘Bode,’ as Gibson is fondly called, for development as he is ready to change Freetown city.

Dennis Williams a supporter of Bode pointed that, APC is a mixer party ready and always willing to come to the aid of everyone. He encouraged all APC supporters to come out for their candidates and vote for all in a row.

Ojukutu Macauley said despite he was denied of the same APC symbol, he has made a promise to the people that if he does not succeed he will be with the winner strongly to promote the party, adding that in any race there must be a winner.

The Acting Mayor, Alhaji Councilor Gibril Kanu said APC is one family, and appealed to each and every supporter to vote on that day for their 4 aspirants for the different positions, for the president to have majority in his decision making. He also noted that people must put all grievances away for the sake of the party and make positive moves for a second term of government.

Rev Roland Bankole Gibson noted that power comes from God according to Romans 13:1, adding that supporters should be fervent in prayer for Bode to win as the mayor of this city. “A leader faces a lot of challenges and only prayers can help”, the mayoral aspirant implored.

Sam Franklyn Bode Gibson confessed that the primaries were tough but all his colleagues contestants agreed for him to have the symbol, adding that, ‘it shows how united the APC is’.

He assured that if he becomes the mayor he will show the beauty of Freetown if only the people are ready to work with him. He called on all to support the president’s agenda for change.

Stay with Sierra Express Media, for your trusted place in news!

© 2012, Sierra Express Media. All rights reserved.


Comments are closed.


  • No Related Post

Search This Site



Nineteen Fragile States to Meet in Sierra Leone June 2014 thumbnail Nineteen Fragile States to Meet in Sierra Leone June 2014

“The group of eighteen of the world’s fragile and conflict affected countries, which have come together to share experiences and encourage international actions to engage more effectively in support of state led transitions from fragility to agility will meet in Sierra Leone, June 2014” said Dr. Kaifala Marah, Sierra Leone’s Finance and Economic Development Minister. […]



Sierra Leone launches US$217.5m youth programme thumbnail Sierra Leone launches US$217.5m youth programme


HAVE YOUR SAY Share you views: What would you like to see more/less of on Sierra Express Media? Send us your ideas and include your name and the area you are writing from.

Our New Website Has a More Efficient Layout

Our New Website Has a More Efficient Layout We invite you to give us your feedback