The suspended Chairman of the Peoples Movement for Democratic Change (PMDC) has said that he will go to court to for the interpretation of the PMDC Constitution following his suspension from the party for three years.
Addressing journalists yesterday at the Atlantic Hall National Stadium Mohamed Bangura said “I am still the Chairman of the PMDC because my suspension was unconstitutional. “ Mohamed Bangura stressed. He disclosed that he is going to pursue the matter in the courts and his lawyers are currently preparing the files to establish the legitimacy of the suspension according to the PMDC Constitution.
Explaining the rationale behind his suspension Mohamed Bangura said he had written a letter to the PMDC leader Charles Margai advising him to step aside due to the poor performance of the PMDC and that resulted to his suspension.
He said although Charles Margai replied to the letter, a five man committee was set up to investigate the matter and that several investigations was done but however complained about a tape recording that implicated him.
The suspended PMDC Chairman accused Charles Margai of being too desperate for power as he is ready to do anything to satisfy his ambition.
He also said that the party leader has benefited morally and financially from the APC, PMDC alliance than any other party member.
According to Mohamed Bangura Charles Margai have no powers in the Constitution
He also explained that he had worked very hard for the PMDC adding that “I have spent my money to rent motor bikes and vehicles for the party conventions and other activities”.
Mohamed Bangura also condemned the extension of the Secretary General’s mandate.
By Saidu Bah