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An Open Letter To Brigadier (Rtd.) Julius Maada Bio

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An Open Letter To Brigadier (Rtd.) Julius Maada Bio

Dear Sir,

Re: The Need For You To Extend An Olive Branch

I would like to first of all seize this opportunity to commend you for stoutly upholding the values of the SLPP and for modestly and humbly endearing yourself to the majority of supporters of the party and the general citizenry to such an extent that you have put yourself in a vantage democratic position to become the party’s flag bearer and by extension the next President of Sierra Leone in March 2018.

I also truly salute your penchant for peace and unity in the party and the many efforts that you have made to ensure that all aggrieved persons in the party are placated.

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At this crucial period in the history of the SLPP and by virtue of the fact that the flag bearer contest in the party seems to be yours to lose, I would like to implore you to extend overtures of peace and harmony to aggrieved flag bearer aspirants in Andrew Keili, John Benjamin and Munda Rogers. These are senior members of the party and it would be nice for them to be part and parcel of efforts dedicated to ensuring that the party recovers political power in the next election.

Sir, you have demonstrated a high and an admirable degree of responsibility and maturity in the handling of such issues. You have on several occasions acquitted yourself impressively in that field with your pronouncement in Pujehun the last time in which you extended peace overtures to the then AAA and your taking part in the peace meeting at the Unity Hall representing classic examples of such strides. Extending an olive branch or a peace overture to these people would be a big boost and boom to the cause of the party.

While awaiting your positive response to my humble plea, I would like to take this opportunity to wish you success well in advance. Looking forward to seeing you unite all and sundry.

Yours faithfully,

Austine Luseni

Concerned party member

UK

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