As the Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ) elections draw nearer, the dream team has launched their campaign at the China Friendship Hall in Freetown.
The team consists of: Philip Neville vying for Presidency; Theo Nicol Vice President; David Tam Baryoh, Secretary General; Edward Marah Public Relations Officer and John Masuba Assistant Secretary General.
Launching the campaign, Philip Neville said that, the dream team has come to change the lives and face of Journalists in the Country.
Neville pointed out that under his administration he has been able to empower the Independent Media Commission (IMC).
“It’s nice to have good leaders who can fight for the justice, security and respect for Journalists in this Country”.
He called on Journalists to cast their votes for the dream team and spot the difference.
Theo Nicol said that if the Team wins the elections they would restore the credibility and lost glory of Journalists in the Country.
He then highlighted some of his plans for Journalists, which includes; giving them loans, mortgage, capacity building and ensuring better conditions of services.
Edward Marah and John Masuba said that the team wants to bring unity and progress in SLAJ.
David Tam Baryoh urged voters to cast their votes for the dream team for the betterment of the associations.
Testimonies were given by Johnthan Macauley of the Sierra Leone News Agency (SLENA), Salmatu Turay of Salone Times and Michael Kallon a free lancer.
The launching was chaired by Dr Julius Spencer, climaxed by side attraction by Vamboi and Wan pot