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Leader meets with SLPP NYGC professionals


At a well-attended meeting on the 16th of September 2022. The NYGC Leadership conveyed a meeting of young SLPP Lawyers, Doctors, Engineers, Nurses, Accountants Economics, etc . and gave them updates on the positive strides made by NYGC under the leadership of the altruistic Ing. Francis Alpha Kallon. 

The NYGC Secretary Dwight ZK Sheriff explained structures set by the NYGC leadership which include but are not limited to the council's Working Manual, Financial Policy and strategic work plan, The NYGC professionals, The Communications Unit, and a lot more. These pillars of the NYGC will be officially approved by the party and subsequently be launched at a NYGC retreat that will be communicated in due time.

In their response, the NYGC Professionals laid bare the incontrovertible facts that professionals have always played in the smooth running of the party and the country. For instance, Our first Prime Minister who is widely regarded as the Father of SLPP , Dr. Sir Milton Margai who was a Medical Doctor, Sir Prime Minister Albert Margai and President Kabbah were both Lawyers. Certainly, our current president is also a military man by profession.  

The above few examples are testaments to the fact that professionals are the powerhouse of the party, hence the reason why the current NYGC Leadership is tapping and harnessing the finest of SLPP young Brains and integrating them into the runnings of the NYGC and the party in general which will ensure the SLPP maintains a permanent democratic majority that will see the party  succeeds its self in governing Sierra Leone until prosperity.

In his concluding speech, the fit-for-purpose NYGC Leader called on all SLPP professionals to register and participate in politics to give President Bio a dignified victory come 2023.

” Never assume that quiet is weak, and loud is strong, because the slow movements of a Lion don’t show weakness, but a calculated effort to hit its target(s)."



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