“APC back to State House in 2023” – Samura Kamara

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2018 Presidential Candidate for the All People’s Congress (APC) party, Dr. Samura Kamara has reassured party stakeholders, members and the people of Bonthe and Moyamba districts that come 2023, the APC will return to State House.

He said: “I believe in the character of the Sierra Leonean people. I know the best is ahead of us. I believe that we will finally come to realize that the highest level of living can only be achieved through giving.”

He said he believes the APC is a collective unit – a unit which will pull together its tremendous strength and influence to bring peace and prosperity to not only the APC party but to those in need throughout the country. He said for the first time in his entire life, he had seen rapid backwardness, difficulties and problems, and has witnessed firsthand the loss of lives and the destruction or bastardization of the institutions of democracy that the APC government labored to build and to strengthen through partnerships with international moral guarantors.

He said: “I have also seen the true Sierra Leonean spirit of feeling no shame of our predicament, working with iron will, pressing boldly forward, and striving for excellence.”

He added: “This spirit has moved me deeply and given me limitless strength and courage as well as many fond memories to look back on. I am full of confidence and hope in the development of Sierra Leone and with one heart and one mind, we will spare no efforts to make this country and its people unite as one nation devoid of tribe, color, political party affiliation or region.

He said the APC cause will never stop or change and will be moving forward step by step and that under the guidance of the party’s basic line and ideology of constructive nationalism, the new government of the APC in the near future will be able to unite the people more quickly with better developmental results.

Dr. Samura handed over face masks to help in the fight against COVID-19, geometry sets and grants to party members and other beneficiaries in the two districts.