Mohamed Bangura, National Publicity Secretary for the Peoples Movement for Democratic Change (PMDC) has disclosed at a news conference his intention to run for the National Chairmanship of his party.
Bangura said on Monday “I want to become the National Chairman of PMDC to bring a new breed of politicians in to the party”.
Speaking at their party head office, Bangura also addressed concerns raised by a handful of the public and Journalists that their party is in disarray.
Since the introduction of PMDC, the party has been label as a “small party”, but we have succeeded in our aspirations, he said.
He added, “If I happen to be the Chairman I will bring the party to the media for accountability and transparency and also create an environment wherein young people will be catered for.”
Bangura addressed all saying, “I am contesting for the National Chairman for PMDC during our party national delegate conference in April on the grounds that am corrupt free and I have worked hard for this country”.
He maintained that we need to put premium on the younger ones and the saying that the younger ones are the future of tomorrow, I think the future is now and not tomorrow.
Bangura noted that he believes in the Yes We Can maxim of President Barrack Obama and wants to follow in his foot steps.
Projecting for the 2012 Presidential and Parliamentary elections, he says his party is well prepared and is ready to win the elections.
“Our party is not falling apart, we are very much intact as other party’s are preparing for their convention”, reiterated Sidi Tunis, spokes person for Bangura’s campaign committee.
Further more, William Tucker, has declared for Secretary General and Muniru Koroma has declared for the National Publicity Secretary.
By Abibatu Kamara