One of Sierra Leone’s opposition political parties, the National Grand Coalition (NGC) will this week, 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th December, 2022 hold its 4-day National Delegates’ Conference for Eight Hundred and Two Delegates, drawn from Constituencies, Districts, Regional and National levels of the Party at the Freetown City Council Auditorium.
According to the Party’s Secretariat, on Thursday 8th December, the Party will hold its Youth Conference and Women’s Congress, which will be followed by Registration of Delegates on Friday 9th December at the same venue.
On Saturday 10th December, the Party will hold Day-One of its Delegates Convention to be followed by some events including carnival and other activities and Day-Two of the Grand Conference on Sunday 11th December, 2022 with the theme: ‘Decision Time, Put Salone Fos’.
This final day will also feature the National Executive Election which will see a hard but peaceful contest between Dr. Denis Bright and Mr. Joseph Maada Kpulun for the leadership of the Party.
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Prior to the commencement of the 4-day intense Conference on Thursday, the Party will today Tuesday 6th December, 2022, hold its remaining District Election countrywide.
After the petition hold ups recently, the party has vowed to reform itself as a formidable democratic institution and has now put together over 9,000 executive all over Sierra Leone.
It can be recalled that the Party has also lately been providing credible opposition voice and articulating alternatives to solutions in issues of national development.
The Party has also recently been very active in challenging issues of current economic crisis and depreciation of the country’s currency.
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Recently, the Party’s 2018 Presidential Candidate and Leader in Parliament, Hon. Dr. Kandeh Kolleh Yumkella flew the country’s flag higher at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).
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