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The APC has formed a civil disobedience organization known as the marshal warriors to cause mayhem during the elections.

If the SLPP government does not stand firm and use the national constitution to regulate the operations of some opposition parties, its ambition to remain in power until and after 2023 will almost certainly be realized, but there will be some minor unwelcome chaos in some parts of the country, particularly in the APC's stronghold.

If you've been following this space, you'll recall that I reported a few months ago that senior APC members allegedly formed a radical group known as the marshal warriors to protect what they called their votes in any election.

Worse, these warriors are never told to protect their votes in accordance with electoral processes, but rather to use whatever means necessary, including violence.

I'm pleading with Sierra Leone's government to disband these particular groups as soon as possible before the upcoming general elections.

See a video of them gallivanting around Koya Chiefdom, planning to wreak havoc during the upcoming Parliamentary by-election. And, could you believe it, the much-touted NGC, which we were told stood for national cohesion, had its chairman inspecting the APC's newly formed radical group known as 'The Marshal Warriors'?


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