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No distraction from Agenda for Change

By Mustapha Sesay

The Resident Minister South, Hon. Moigueh Kaikai has told residents in the Moyamba District that the vision of President Ernest Bai Koroma on the Agenda For Change must be the pillar for development and there will be no room for any detractor that would want to undermine it.

Hon. Kaikai who was on a tour to the region, called on the youths to be development focus as it is the major key to development,  sustainable peace and alleviation of poverty in the country.  At Moyamba Junction where a mammoth   crowd of youths including party stalwarts converged,   the Resident Minister admonished the youths to embark on developmental programmes so that the issue of ‘ Pa you Borbor  them’ becomes a thing of the past as people will be willing to help them if the  enthusiasm  is in them to take their destiny into their hands.

When addressing the gathering who were out to launch the sign post with the image of the President at the junction, he was joined by the State House Chief of Staff, Dr. Keifala Marah , who was heading for the city after a visit from Taiama.

Introducing Dr. Marah to the gathering as one of the Pillahs compliment the vision of the President  in Attitudinal and Behavioural Change in the state, the youths welcomed Dr. Marah and called  on him to always make a stop at Moyamba Junction as that is his home town. Addressing the gathering,

Dr. Marah commended the youths for such a laudable venture and that they must work in unity and law abiding to actualized their developmental aspirations. As youths, they have a lot to do to improve their status as there are a lot of programmes from which they stand to benefit.

On the part of the youths, and All Peoples Congress Women’s Group, Madam Haja Vandy thanked the State House Chief of Staff, Dr. Marah and Moigueh KaiKai for their visit and wished that similar visits would be made to their areas.

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