According to Imran Sillah, the NGC is a formidable political party with sober, matured and focus minded Sierra Leoneans who will not allow themselves to be drawn to gutter politic by any individual and/or political party like Logus and/or the APC.
He used the forum to cautioned Logus and the APC that the 2018 elections will not be based on anything but tangibles. Tangibles like how much the APC spent to buy 100 rotten buses, tangibles on how much were the buses cost, tangibles on the procurement process of the buses, tangibles on who benefited roughly on the questionable procurement process of the buses, tangibles on how much of the buses are still in operation, tangibles on what has the APC done to change the lives of the millions of young people across the country, tangibles on the poor APC health, education, economy, electricity, agriculture and food security system among other failures of the APC-led government.
Sillah said the entire donkey years in regime of the APC is nothing but a complete failure and wastage of national resources and finances, adding that Logus need not to be reminded that the people of Sierra Leone are not fools but people who know what is best for them, which is definitely a new blood like the NGC.
Speaking earlier, Logus bluffed that the APC is a formidable political party with a rich elections system and that the party will again in 2018 use the same elections strategies that was used to win the 2012 elections and get a clear win.
He classed the APC as a party with a membership of millions of supporters while the SLPP and NGC joined together will be just like a social club where people keep resigning every day.
He said the APC is not a political party like the SLPP and the NGC but a formidable political institution that has never lost a democratic election in Sierra Leone.
Responding to saying that the APC lost the 2002 elections to the SLPP, Logus denied that the said election was compensated to the SLPP by the APC in order for the late ex-President Ahmed Tejan Kabbah to complete the process of consolidating peace back then.