Sierra Leone’s Chief Minister, David Moinina Sengeh, has voiced his concerns over planned protests, which he claims are linked to the main opposition All People’s Congress (APC) party.
Sengeh called on opposition leaders to publicly condemn these demonstrations, expressing his hopes for unity and peace within the nation.
Sengeh’s message, shared on various social media platforms, was accompanied by a plea to leaders of the opposition party to take a stand against the protests. He wrote, “Is it too much to ask our friends who are leaders in the opposition to publicly condemn these so-called protests heavily linked to them? Couldn’t they disassociate themselves publicly from these continuous calls for violence and instability? We have one Salone and land we love!”
The planned protests have raised concerns about potential political tensions and instability in Sierra Leone. Sengeh’s call for unity and peace reflects the government’s commitment to maintaining stability and safeguarding the nation’s interests.