The All Peoples Congress yesterday Monday again presented their revised constitution to the Political Parties Registration Committee (PPRC) at their Tower Hill Office.

Making the presentation the Secretary General said they have met all the conditions of PPRC as well as all what they too have discussed again that they needed to be in the constitution. He said they are happy to make the presentation yesterday as they believe that after all the impasse, they have gone through this will the final handing over that will see them have a new constitution that will become workable.

Alhaji Osman Yansaneh averred that they have been criticised and blamed for the delay because many people out there do not understand what they have been going through.

He said he will be happy when the constitution will be gazette in the next two weeks, which will mean that PPRC have accepted and they are moving in the right direction.

PPRC Chair Lawyer Bangura thanked the Secretary General and team for their resilience and courage to make sure that they follow due process, which he said was not easy, but did commend them for working with the commission until they have reached this stage.

He promised them that they will go through the document and make sure that all they agreed on are met and then it will be gazette for two weeks and then the PPRC will officially write to them to give them the clearance.

He promised them that he will continue to work with them and make sure that they follow the due process in the future.

According to Awoko Newspaper, the team from the APC that visited the PPRC included Deputy Chairman of the party Alhaji Minkailu Mansaray, Secretary General Alhaji Osman Yansaneh, Leader of the Opposition in Parliament Hon. Chernor Maju Bah, Youth Leader Bai Mahmoud Bangura, Acting Publicity Secretary Sidi Yaya Tunis, Deputy Organising Secretary Karamoh Kabba, Diaspora Coordinator Leonard Balogun Koroma, Former Mayor Franklyn Bode Gibson and Admin Secretary David Forma.

They were the team that presented the clean-up and marked up version of the new constitution to PPRC.