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Sierra Leone News: “Constituency 034 Deserves Effective Representation” -John Baimba

John Baimba Sesay, an aspirant for the All People’s Congress symbol for constituency 034 has on Friday 20th October, informed residents of Binkolo and Mapaki villages that, all what is required from whosoever is representing them in Parliament is “effective representation by way of not just been seen, but one should be heard.”
Speaking to them during a tour to Safroko Limba and Pakimasabong chiefdoms, seeking support for the award of the APC symbol Mr. Sesay said, “The level of representation should also be felt by way of one’s contribution to debates on national issues in the well of Parliament and the continued interaction with the people of the constituency.”
Whilst in Binkolo, Sesay addressed dozens of Bike Riders and donated 20 bags of cement to them for the construction of their office space. In Mapaki, the chiefdom headquarter for Pakimasabong, he also had consultation with stakeholders and community elders.
If awarded the symbol, he said, he will work closely with the constituency, making specific reference to traditional chiefs and councilors as they are also vital given their roles as outlined by the Local Government Act, 2004.
He called on youths in the two chiefdoms to remain peaceful, and to accommodate all aspirants coming to them, but to also ask questions as that would help inform their decision making process. “Accommodating all of us seeking the APC symbol”, he said, explaining further that they all “have two things in common; wanting to represent the constituency, and seeking development for it.”
He called on youths in Binkolo Township to remain committed to their education which he said, is the corner stone to growth. He also encouraged all APC faithful to work towards ensuring the Party win the coming general elections, slated for 2018.
Constituency 034 constitutes of Safroko Limba and Pakimasabong chiefdoms, in Bombali district, with a total of 51,136 people, as per the last national census.
Tuesday October 24, 2017.

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