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APC has launched a ten pillared manifesto going into the 2023 Presidential election

The All People's Congress (APC) party has officially launched a ten pillared manifesto for the upcoming June 24th 2023 general elections, titled "One Nation Manifesto" and seeking towards boosting economic developments and cementing cohesiveness.

The launch which was held at the Lagoonda conference hall in Freetown was attended by party members, supporters, and other stakeholders.

Introducing the party's flagbearer and chairman, Dr. Samura Mathew Wilson Kamara, the running mate, Hon. Chernor Ramadan Maju Bah, echoed that Dr. Kamara is the right candidate to lead the country into a new era of progress and prosperity, a sentiment expressed by all speakers before him.

In his statement and official launch of their manifesto, Dr. Kamara spelled out the importance of unity in moving Sierra Leone forward, improving on the principles of inclusivity, fairness, and justice.

He added that the party's focus would be on improving the country's infrastructure, and pertinent components of development for all Sierra Leoneans.

The "One Nation Manifesto" comprises of ten pillars expanding on policy proposals to create jobs and boost economic growth, protect the environment and respond to climate change, accelerate investment in physical and digital infrastructure, deepen and strengthen Decentralization and Rural Development.

The manifesto also promises to Enhance Democratic Good Governance and the Rule of Law and to ensure the establishment of pathways for every adult especially the youth and women to earn a living wage.

Dr. Kamara said the APC would also prioritize partnership with the Diaspora for National Development through the fostering of unity and cohesion, building One Nation.

The launch of the APC's manifesto comes ahead of the country's general elections, which are scheduled to take place on June 24th 2023. The party is hoping that their "One Nation Manifesto" will resonate with voters and help them secure a victory at the polls.

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