The internal conflicts among some of the aspirants vying for the presidential flagbearer position of the main opposition All People’s Congress Party (APC) is seemingly coming to an end, following two successive peace meetings between the former presidential flagbearer of the party and current frontrunner in the race, Dr. Samura M. Kamara and some members of the Big Six faction in the party.

The said peace meetings reportedly took place this week in Kambia District as part of the ongoing peace and reconciliation process within the entire membership of the party.

Already, the recently formed Peace and Reconciliation Committee is said to be headed by a member of the Big Six, Almamy Petito Koroma. Among members of the Big Six that were present at this week’s meeting included. Dr. Richard Konteh, Hon. Kemoh Sesay and the leader, Almamy Pekito Koroma.

During the said meeting, Dr. Samura Kamara and the Big Six members present were reportedly seen wining and dining in the public and also exchanging pleasantries, cracking jokes and making funs among themselves.

Speaking to Reporters shortly after the meetings, the National Youths League, Secretary General of the APC, Alie Conteh said that the two meetings in Kambia ended successfully and the full outcome will be made known to the public after a briefing with the party’s National Chairman and Leader, former President, Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma, and the National Secretary General of the party, Amb. Alhaji Osman Foday Yansaneh. After which, he said they would discuss the next line of action.

According to Alie Conteh, one of the key objectives this august gathering between the two side was to promote confidence building within the party membership and also to show to the public that despite all the bustles and tussles, there is still peace and unity within the party.