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As the November 17 presidential and parliamentary polls draw closer, another big political warrior from the SLPP opposition party, Alhaji Nowa Fofanah aka “General Bigger” has declared his support for the ruling APC party come November 17th this year.
According to Mr. Alhaji Nowa Fofanah he simply left the SLPP because they have not shown love, concern, or appreciation to him, despite his contributions at constituency level. He also noted that as a Sierra Leonean by nationality and a Mandingo by tribe he will take the lead in telling all Sierra Leoneans to ensure that the “world’s best” Dr. Ernest Bai-Koroma is re-elected to State House at this years elections, he assured this medium that the SLPP at Constituency 101 in the Locust Housing, Kissy environ.
He also intimated to this press that he is in readiness to showcase HE President Ernest Bai-Koroma’s love for every Sierra Leonean regardless of tribe or party affiliation.
He went on to explain that politics is not a religion but a way of life that one should be seen actively performing and contributing towards the development of Mama Salone and concluded by assuring all that with his support there will be no second round ballot, he assured the APC.
By Raymond Bai-Kamara
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