The Sierra Leone’s main opposition party All People’s Congress’s Presidential Candidate, Dr. Samura Kamara has humbly pleaded with Sierra Leoneans to give him five years.

He made this plea in a speech to locals in Port Loko District, North-western Province.

Kamara said he asked for five years because he believes that that is enough to fix the country’s economic problems.

In earlier speeches, Kamara has been heard several times telling Sierra Leoneans that he is the most experienced to run the country referencing his forty years experience in administration and politics.

The APC Presidential Candidate has also made his dissatisfaction for the ruling government’s economic policies while empathising with locals.

Kamara will be facing the incumbent SLPP’s Julius Maada Bio in the 24 June polls.

He lost to Bio twice in 2018 by narrow margins albeit him contesting the results.

Political analysts have predicted that voters in the country will go to the polls principally to decide between the two main traditional parties in the country.