The Former Vice President of Sierra Leone under the All Peoples Congress, Victor Bockarie Foh has on the 7th May 2023 officially registered with the Sierra Leone Peoples Party at the Parties Regional Headquarters in Bo City.

This came after he officially declared to join the Sierra Leone Peoples Party in Kono, Eastern Sierra Leone.

Speaking to the SLPP party members during a well attended meeting at the Sidikie Janneh Memorial Hall, Victor Foh asserted that he was not forced to join the party neither he had joined to create any problem in the party.

He said he had joined the party to help President Bio win with no run-off to continue his development initiatives, promising that he will fully follow the rules, principles and doctrine.

Victor Bockarie Foh confirmed that his former party is full of tribal indifferences, violence and malice public revealing that erstwhile President Ernest Bai Koroma and his former Vice President Samuel Sam Sumana were not in talking terms for over three (3) good years while still running the country.

He said he was forcefully made Vice President in 2015 to 2018 by Ernest Bai Koroma after unconstitutionally sacking Samuel Sam Sumana.

Giving a statement, the National Chairman of the Sierra Leone Peoples Party, Dr. Prince Alex Harding heartily welcomed the former Vice President to the party stating that he is fully ready to work with him and will always consult him for the benefit of the party and the country at large.

Alhaji Moijue Emmanuel Kaikai, the former member of the All Peoples Congress, who recently declared for the Sierra Leone Peoples Party implored on the general membership of the party to keep aside all personal grudges and focus on the no run-off win campaign of President Bio and the SLPP.

He said members of the opposition parties should be skillfully and respectfully convince to vote for President Bio to achieve the no run-off win campaign.

The former Vice President, Victor Bockarie Foh was offered a Grand Chief Patron Party Card by the leadership of the party.

Many party stakeholders, both national, regional and district attended the event and expressed similar sentiments.