Dear Mr. Editor,
Please permit me to express my feelings through your publication about the so much noise made in the recent past and even the present about the coming elections in the country.
What bothered me most is the way civil servants are supporting the ruling government openly, forgetting that government come and go but the civil service stays.
President Bio, let me warn you in your own best interest that those you feel are supporting you are also supporting the opposition secretly.
You saw what they did to former aspirant Solomon Ekuma Berewa fondly known as “Solo B” in 2007, the people of this country should not to be trusted in totality.
They will dance for you and will not vote for you, so you have to be very careful in dealing with them.
I also want you to do some good things that the APC have failed to do for the people of Sierra Leone. I’m sure this is a common thing for you; you can do it to gain the minds of the people.
Firstly, you need to talk to the Minister of Trade and Industry to try very hard and see that prices of food and goods scale down, by so doing you will win the minds of the people.
But the problem is that, you cannot fatten the cow on a market day. When I heard your campaign speech, I jumped to the conclusion that Sierra Leone had been liberated from the state of decadence, but not until I heard that people are still crying for not been able to feed their children for days.
Please take note President Bio, not all that glitters is gold.