Sierra Leone Politics

After spending more than a decade in power, the Sierra Leone Peoples Party lost the presidency in 2007. The party then retreated into opposition as a fractured party, cash-strapped and bereft of practical ideas and powerless against President Ernest Bia Koroma’s alleged transgressions. But Andrew Keili, one of the leading opposition leaders, says given the opportunity, he will bring about fundamental changes. Keili recently spoke to Africa 54’s Paul Ndiho about the plans for his country.

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