ReNIP Chairman Breaks Silence

ReNIP Chairman Breaks Silence

The Republic National Independent Party (ReNIP) Chairman and Leader has in a telephone interview with The Guardian Post stated that the government of President Julius Maada should do more for Sierra Leoneans as the present state of the country in terms of the is nothing to write home about.

According to Beresford Victor Williams, the New Direction government should focus on the bread and butter issues of the country as Sierra Leoneans continue to wallop in abject poverty.

“The dollar rate is going up progressively without any solution from the Ministry of Finance or the Bank of Sierra Leone,” he said.

The series of auction by the Bank of Sierra Leone in recent times according to the Chairman and Leader only benefits foreigners than the ordinary Sierra Leoneans who toil day and nights to make ends meets.

“Sierra Leoneans should give a chance to the Republic National Independent Party (ReNIP) comes 2023 in changing the narratives in politics,” he confessed.

The Leader and Chairman also called to forget about the two traditional political parties in the country and focus on new breeds like ReNIP who have the wherewithal to change Sierra Leone once and for all.

The Republic National Independent Party (ReNIP) is one of the political parties which were registered by the Political Parties Registration Commission (PPRC), on Tuesday 30th January 2017.

The Presidential candidate of the Republic National Independent Party (ReNIP), Beresford Victor Williams, who contested the previous elections, said if elected he will provide 4.5 million jobs for the people of Sierra Leone.

“I do keep that promised comes 2023 again,” he assured.

“If elected into office my party will provide 4.5 million jobs for Sierra Leoneans which will massively boost the economy and also change the lives of Sierra Leoneans.

The political heavyweight  highlighted that those jobs can be created in the area of construction, agriculture, financial services, tertiary services, noting also that he will reform major sectors like the judiciary that will also add to the job tally.
“I will create local jobs for Sierra Leoneans”, and also promised to create free education on to WASSCE level, noting that every child below the age of 15 must be in school, which is stipulated in the UN Charter and promised to subsidize university students.

He maintained that he will provide a skills hub for Sierra Leoneans that have dropped out of school to empower themselves through those various technical institutes, which he said will help them to become independent and able to provide for their basic needs.
He underscored that his party activities have been quiet so far, as he has been able to travel the length and breadth of the country preaching the message of prosperity and growth.

“We are the only political party that can give the people of Sierra Leone prosperity and increase the growth of the country in every sector.”

Several Sierra Leoneans who spoke to this medium urged the Chairman and Leader of ReNIP to continue to plead on the masses behalf as hardship continued to bites Sierra Leoneans endlessly.

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