The All People’s Congress (APC)’s aspirant for Constituency 105 East II, Nuru Deen Sankoh-Yillah, on Wednesday at the Fire Stone community warned his supporters to eschew violence on Saturday.
He informed them that, “now that the campaign period has come to an end I am appealing to every one of you to be peaceful and respect the laws of the elections on that day….the APC is virtually against violence”. The aspirant noted that on that day, “I want everyone here to stay off party colours and slogans especially when the voting exercise would be going on”.
Mr Sankoh Yillah called on his supporters not to vote for a person because “he is your tribesmen, or you are of the same culture or tradition, religion but vote in somebody that will deliver your needs”.
He further explained that, “the APC is determined to win the elections and with your votes I hope you can make this dream a reality”.
The 105 aspirant maintained that, “the Avoid Police Case (APC) is the new slogan of the party”, adding that, “I know that I will be the Member of Parliament representing you in parliament after the elections”.
Addressing women, he stated that the APC would ensure that women were fully represented and be involved in the decision making process.
To the youth, Mr Sankoh Yillah told them that “if you think you are left out it is a lie. I assure you that when APC would have taken over government you will realize the change and difference”.
The APC aspirant pointed out that he knew the problems the people were facing in that constituency but assured that under his helm they would make the change together.