Amb. Alhaji K. Tarawally (Laj-K), the National Deputy Secretary General of the National Grand Coalition (NGC), has issued a heartfelt statement in response to the recent resignation of Alhaji Dr. Kandeh Yumkella from the NGC to join the Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP).
In his statement, Amb. Tarawally expresses mixed emotions and a deep sense of gratitude for the guidance and mentorship he received from Dr. Yumkella during their time at the NGC. He describes Dr. Yumkella as an inspirational leader who played a pivotal role in shaping his involvement in national politics.
Despite Dr. Yumkella’s decision to join the SLPP, Amb. Tarawally emphasizes his unwavering support and commitment to Dr. Yumkella’s agenda.
He believes that the SLPP, with its incumbency in the presidency and ongoing developmental activities under President Julius Maada Bio, has the potential to become a dominant political force in Sierra Leone’s 2028 Election.
Amb. Tarawally sees the prospect of influential young leaders aligning with Dr. Yumkella’s leadership as a testament to his ability to inspire and mobilize the youth for the nation’s brighter future.
He assures that he will continue to work diligently to advance Dr. Yumkella’s vision within the SLPP, under the guidance of the Strategic Alliance Agreement. The NGC, from a distance, will remain committed to the progress and prosperity of Sierra Leone through the Strategic Progressive Alliance.
Amb. Tarawally also calls upon the general membership of NGC, supporters, well-wishers, and fellow citizens to embrace this new phase in the country’s political journey with optimism and unity, focusing on the greater goal of building a prosperous Sierra Leone.
In conclusion, Amb. Alhaji K. Tarawally (Laj-K) reaffirms his dedication to the “Put Salone Fos” agenda, emphasizing his commitment to the aspirations of all Sierra Leonean citizens.