The frontrunner in the race for the All People’s Congress (APC) party flagbearer, Dr. Samura Kamara has promised that there will be no Commissions of Inquiry (COI) if he is elected president in the June 2023 elections.

The former Finance Minister revealed that his focus will be on mending the country’s ailing economy rather than chasing past government officials. He promised that his administration will ensure a level playing field for opposition politicians, journalists and civil society activists.

The flagbearer aspirant planned the Bio administration for underdevelopment and division. He added that the government cannot afford to cater for the basic needs of the citizens of the country.

Kamara affirmed that he is in a better position than others to mend the country’s hardship by following in the footstep of former President Koroma.

He also promised his supporters that he would work towards uniting the APC party.

The APC is yet to choose its flagbearer for the June 2023 elections. However, there are indications that the party will give Samura Kamara a second chance. Earlier this week, over 20 senior members of the party and President Koroma’s administration threw their support for the former Minister of Finance.

Elections in Sierra Leone are due on the 24th June this year with political parties at the concluding stages of preparation before campaign.