The Presidential Candidate for the Revolutionary United Front Party (RUFP), Abdulai Saccoh has given stern warning to the All People’s Congress (APC) and Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP).

Saccoh’s admonition came after both parties representatives at the ECSL’s PPLC engagement on the launch of the 2023 election’s campaign accused each other of being violent.

“Sovereignty belongs to the people and if that is so I don’t believe that political parties have the right to disturb any process or political right in this country,” the RUFP Presidential Candidate said.

He added that while they as political parties have the right to canvass people to vote for them, the same cannot be said about inciting violence.

“It is the people of this country that matter and not the political parties.

“I’m talking to the two political parties that have been in power in this country since the 60s because violence has always come from them,” he said.

He prodded the ECSL and PPRC to be assertive and use the law to punish political parties who might want to disturb the peace.

Meanwhile, there was a disagreement between Dr. Richard Konteh of the APC and Ambassador Dr. Kapuwa of the SLPP during the meeting. According to Konteh the SLPP were behind the attacks of their members in Kenema and Pujehun.

Kapuwa vehemently denied the allegations while asking the APC to report the matter to the police with their evidences.