SLPP Navo Kaikai Writes
Allie Bangura To Remove
Her Name From His
Injunction Against SLPP
17 Westbury Road,
London, SE20 7QL
29 April 2015
Mr. Allie Essa Bangura
58 Sanders Street
Dear Mr. Bangura
It surprised me to learn that my name is listed as one of the people that have filed to the Courts on Friday 17th April 2015 an injunction against the Sierra Leone People’s Party Executive Members from undertaking key Party activities. As you know, I was initially a signatory to the petition immediately following the August 2013 Bo Convention which still drags in Court. Since I left Sierra Leone, I have not been involved neither been informed of any update on the case. I believe in peace and would not want to be involved in dragging this case further. Therefore, including my name as a complainant in a new Court injunction without my expressed consent is a complete embarrassment to my personality. I am therefore requesting you that you take all necessary action to amend the court paper by removing my name as a complainant.
Suffice it to say that the Party is at a crossroad and any issue likely to divide us further should be resolved in house through mutual dialogue and respect. That said, I have made my views known to some stakeholders regarding recent developments involving ongoing Court cases, expulsions and counter expulsions. I don’t believe the Court is the best means to redress internal Party problems. I strongly believe and urge all parties in the conflicts to exercise restrains and come to the Table to dialogue peacefully and map out the way forward to takeover governance that gives hopes to people of Sierra Leone in restoring political stability, respect for rule of law, freedom of speech and association and a level playing field for everyone especially the women of Sierra Leone.
The National Chairman and Leader
The Deputy National Chairman and Leader
The National Secretary General
The Regional Chairman – East
The SLPP Chairman, UK/Ireland Branch
The District Chairman, Kailahun
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