The truce Memorandum of Understanding signed between the National Reformation Movement (NRM) and the opposition All People’s Congress party executive will ultimately see the Ernest Bai Koroma led executive bid farewell at the party’s National Delegates Congress in December this year.
One of the demands agreed upon by both parties in the MoU is that national executive member who had served two term in office are not eligible to contest for any position in the National Delegates Conference.
The treaty will put an end to the Koroma era and usher in the total transformation the party’s adamant National Reformation Movement splinter group has been campaigning for, since majority of the current executive members had served more than two terms in office.
This has left ex-president Ernest Bai Koroma with no option but to quit the party’s chairman and leadership position he has held for decade together with his old guard executive who had been under weighty pressure to back down after the 2018 elections that saw the party ousted in power.
Koroma who aspired to life chairmanship of the party will retire with his deputy, Minkailu Mansaray, his loyal Secretary General, Osman Foday Yansanneh and deputy, Frank Kargbo (Esq) and shocking of all, is the Treasurer, Sanie Sesay who has spent over 20 years in the said position.