Friends and family members of our Honorable Member of Parliament in waiting, Sherif Carew, I have a very simple task at this juncture to introduce him to this close group. He is our friend, son, nephew, brother, cousin and father. What a combination! Sheriffu is vying for the parliamentary seat in constituency 122 via the mighty APC party.

It’s going to be a vigorous and competitive campaign/race and I know most members in this close group in their personal ways are directly and or indirectly contributing towards Sheriffu’s campaign. I am humbly asking you to take our contributions to a potential new level.

I believe we are individually better in our deliberations, but I know our collective efforts will be immeasurable and next to none. Sheriffu needs and deserves our collective moral support, our undivided advice and our collective financial support.

At this point, time is not on our side, let us go to to work for our OWM! I look up for your frank and constructive suggestions, advises and inputs. Cheers!

© Abu Kalokoh

2/4/18, 6:07:46 AM: Abu: *APC candidate for Member of Parliment Sheriff Carew presented to the Fourah Bay Community.*

Constituency 122 APC Executive lead by Chairman Shitta Kamara presented the 2018 APC Parliamentarian candidate Sheriff Carew  and the Councilor of Ward 422 Hudee Taju Deen to the Fourah Bay Community. Chairman for the meeting  Leslie Allen stated that the constituency has been blessed with a great candidate who gets along with everyone is excited to do great things for the community. He expressed his gratitude to Sheriff for the support given to him during the time they were aspiring for the sole for the party and stated he will continue to be side by side with him to make sure he becomes the next MP with the highest number of votes. 

In the room full of supporters from organizations such as  the APC Fourah Bay Wing and the Fourah Bay Foundation, Constituency Chairman Shitta presented the candidates and gave his full commitment to  make sure that Sheriff Carew becomes the next  member of Parliament for Constituency 122 and he said he will work with him as  he did with Hon. Tunde Lawally.

On behalf of the Fourah Bay Foundation, Alhaji Sanusi Rahman Cole urged members of the community to put grudges aside and campaign for Sheriff and Hudee so they can achieve ultimate victory. He stated as sons of the soil they are approachable and respect everyone.

In his speech Councilor to be Hudee Taju. Deen plead to the youth for non violent and peaceful election. He asked for unity amongst everyone.

Giving a short remark on behalf of the Western Area Regional team Ajaratu Bomah reminded the audience that election is about numbers and in order for APC to stay in power we need to make sure that people come out to vote in large numbers and the only way to vote on March 7th is with a Voter ID Card.  She encouraged all those that have not already done so to go pick up their cards so they can Vote. She also told the youth to be wise and not be fooled  by the false promise change "Change started with APC in 2007 and with APC in power you will continue to see progressive change."

In her statement Chairlady Mariama Suma spoke to the women "APC nah uman get the party and we have a huge role to play to bring APC back to power."  She spoke about the empowerment of women from the APC and asked the mothers in the room to talk to their children especially first time voters about the development and realities of having  APC in power.
Vice Chairman 2 of the constituency Idrissa Margo shared his commitment to capture the highest number of voters starting with the first time voters in the constituency. He encouraged parents to talk the realities of what the opposition is saying through social media and educate the youth about the truth.

On behalf of the community the Fourah Bay Chief Imam gave his support and commitment to Sheriff and urged others in the community to do the same.

In his statement Hon. to be Sheriff Carew  thanked the outgoing Honorable Tunde Lawally for his hard work and dedication to the community and Con. 122. He spoke about the blessing and richness of the Fourah Bay community and the importance of Fourah Bay in the constituency.  He reminded the community that "when it came to politics, the constituency was originally APC and when power switched people joined  SLPP but now that the seat is an APC we should make sure it stays that way, with APC in power everyone will benefit." 

Lastly he made it a point to let the community know that and even though charity begins at home, it doesnt stop there. He is a man of the people and as honorable he will work for and with everyone in the constituency from Cline town all the way to Magazine.

The highlight of the meeting was from Alpha Kanneh formally known as Kama of SLPP, during his statement he encouraged the Fourah Bay Community to be open and welcoming to all and for them to vote with their conscious and stated that " now that Sheriff Carew is on the ticket,  Vote for Sheriff Carew for MP".

Dignitaries of the event included Justice Abu King, Chief Imam of Bitula  Fourah Bay, Haja Mariama Wahid
Haja Ajaratu Carew and the parents of Sheriff Carew Alhaji Abdul Mataimi Kassim Carew and Haja Saffie Carew.

*(C) Sheriff Carew Communication Team*

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Abu Kalokoh 
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