The National Commission for Civil Education (NaCCED) District Coordinator, Ibrahim Jalloh, has cautioned political parties to use civil language during campaigns to avoid tension in the forthcoming elections.

Jalloh made this statement during a consultative meeting between Sierra Leone Broadcasting Cooperation (SLBC), the APC, the SLPP, the Political Parties Regulation Commission (PPRC), and the Campaign for Good Governance (CGG).

Jalloh emphasized that peace is crucial for elections and development and urged politicians to be mindful of their message delivery.

The meeting aimed to update political parties on the latest developments and promote peaceful elections.

The SLBC Makeni Station Manager, Nasiru Deen Koroma, assured the public that the station would provide equal opportunities to all political parties contesting the elections.

Harold Kamara of CGG called on political parties to avoid hate speech and intimidation, and Mrs Lahai Janneh of PPRC pledged to monitor the electioneering process.