The political landscape of Sierra Leone is set to shift as the Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) and National Grand Coalition (NGC) will launch a Progressive Alliance on 23 April 2023. This historic occasion will take place at the Bintumani Conference Hall in Freetown.

Hon. Dr. Yumkella, the Leader of the NGC in Parliament, and Mr. Jesmed F. Suma, the Acting National Chairman and Leader of NGC, have called on all NGCians to come out in numbers to witness this memorable and colorful occasion. Buses will be available for those coming from the provinces.

The SLPP/NGC Progressive Alliance will undoubtedly be a game-changer in Sierra Leonean politics. With the two parties joining forces, they will be able to pool their resources and supporters to present a formidable challenge to their opponents.

The SLPP has a strong track record in governance, having led the country from 1996-2007 and currently being in power since 2018. The NGC, on the other hand, is a relatively new political party, but it has already made significant strides in the political arena.

The launch of this alliance is seen as a step towards a more united Sierra Leone, where political differences are put aside for the greater good of the country. The SLPP/NGC Progressive Alliance is expected to address key issues such as improving the economy, creating jobs, and delivering better services to the people of Sierra Leone.

As the launch of the SLPP/NGC Progressive Alliance draws closer, political pundits and analysts are eagerly watching to see how this alliance will reshape the political landscape of Sierra Leone. With the two parties coming together, it is expected that they will be able to garner more support and present a stronger challenge to their opponents in future elections.