The PMDC manifesto has put energy and power as their top priority if they are successful in the elections. The availability and access to electricity and safe drinking water are of paramount necessity for the functioning of any modern state. The vast majority of Sierra Leoneans have no access to electricity and safe drinking water. The effect of the absence of these fundamental necessities has resulted in the lack of industrial development.
A PMDC government will strategically work in partnership with local and international institutions, organisations and various interest groups and stakeholders in order to achieve the following commitments: totally commit to human development by providing electricity supply nationwide.
Revive the defunct water supply systems in the chiefdom headquarters and extend such facilities countrywide.
Design a long-term programme to ensure that every settlement has access to electricity and safe drinking water.
Promote effective research and other initiatives in the field of renewable energy, such as solar, small hydro and biomass energy.
Uncoordinated and disjointed planning has characterized national development and economic programmes.
Failure to implement such plans further compounds the problem. To reach our objectives, a PMDC government will: create an equitable input/output balance between productivity and labour.
Create an efficient legal system that protects property rights and enforces contracts.
Develop an infrastructure to reduce transaction costs and introduce an institutional and regulatory framework that promotes healthy competition and the creation of employment.
Resolve to providing leadership in ensuring holistic planning such that projects embarked upon are accomplished.
Ensure that growth and development are sustainable and properly coordinated, with the aim to reap the maximum benefits from the advantages of the economies of scale.