Charles Margai, the Leader of the People’s Movement for Democratic Change (PMDC), who recently obtained his provisional nomination certificate has firmly declared his unwavering commitment to pursuing the highest office in the country.

In an interview with Awoko Margai Reflected on his past experiences, particularly his alliances with the APC in 2007 and the SLPP in 2018.

“Honestly, I have no regrets…having been a kingmaker for the APC in 2007 and the SLPP in 2018. But I believe it was high time I occupied the seat of the King.”Margai stated,

When questioned about his confidence in winning the upcoming Presidential elections, considering his late declaration of intent, Margai expressed great hopefulness.

Based on what we hear from social media, and so on, I believe that the people of Sierra Leone, this time, are going to vote thoughtfully, not impulsively. So, I am very hopeful, not just hopeful.”He asserted

As a veteran politician and lawyer, Margai revealed that this would be his final opportunity to make a lasting impact.

“This is my last inning; I’ll be 78 on the 19th of August, thank God,” he disclosed.

He emphasized his desire to leave a legacy for future generations, saying, “I would want to leave a legacy for our children and our children’s children.”

At 77 years old, Margai currently holds the title of the oldest among the thirteen presidential aspirants. Following closely is Samura Kamara, who recently celebrated his 72nd birthday, while Maada Bio, the SLPP candidate, turned 59 last Friday 12th March.