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Not able to resist their joyful emotions the people, old and young busted out singing, clapping and dancing as the political bulldozer strayed removing the rocks and smoothening the rough road that has held back their economic and social well-being.

Without much ado Momoh Konte readily granted the several requests made to him by the predominantly Limba community ranging from the provision of a rice mill to relieve to old women from the back-breading old method of cleaning husk rice, off-set the financial burden of the community teachers who are yet to be approved by Government and paid school fees for least privileged school going children.

As if not enough, the political strategist assured his people that actual bulldozers were on their way to grade to road, which will facilitate the movement of people and enhance trading of agricultural produce in Koinadugu and beyond.

Finally, he said, “I will use my office as Chairman of NATCOM to connect you to Telecommunications services”, a message that was received with thunderous applause.

As Chairman of APC in Koinadugu district, he appealed to all the tribes in the district to unite and return the APC to governance and move on with the unprecedented development of the country as a whole. He particularly admonished the Limba people that they have the most to lose if they allowed themselves to be swayed away by shallow and selfish politicians.

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