One of Sierra Leone’s heavyweight politicians, Alhaji Usman Boie Kamara on Saturday December 8th unveiled a newly constructed school named ‘the Usman Boie Islamic Junior Secondary School at Romando Village, Mambolo Chiefdom, in Kambia District.
Whilst officially opening the educational institution, the politician stated that he constructed the facility to demonstrate to the people of ‘Romando’ how connected he is with them. He entreated the people to use the facility for the intended purpose as it will help to improve the status of education in that part of the country.
Usman Boie admonished the people to pledge their unflinching support for of the president and the All People’s Congress Party (APC) on the backdrop that the party’s leader is a father-like figure to this nation. He maintained that the leadership acumen of the president transcends divisive politics, noting that his aim is to better all Sierra Leoneans, devoid of sections, religion, tribe, or political affiliations.
Usu Boie furthered that this is the beginning of better days in the lives of the people and that Romando is known for its agricultural productivity blessed with fertile land. He revealed that if all goes as planned the people will benefit from government investments soon.
Lending her voice to the occasion Councilor of Ward 131, Constituency 42, Kadiatu Bangura thanked Alhaji Usman Boie Kamara for his support and kind consideration of her people. She pointed out that such favor will not be easily forgotten as such developmental strides deserve praise, especially when the institution was built in her Ward.
A representative of the Minister of Works Alimamy Petito Koroma, named Alhaji Bangura noted that the Minister could not make it to the occasion due to unavoidable governmental duty, but stressed that he like his brother Usman Boie shares the same vision to improve and change the lives of the people.
He thereby called on the people to come out in their numbers to support Usman Boie as he should be considered as brother and a son of the soil due to his agenda of developing the Mambolo Chiefdom.
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