24th September 2017

Diana Konomanyi, Lands and Housing Minister Levy Praises on Her Boss

By press release (17/07/17)

Being grateful to one’s boss is a rare commodity in Sierra Leone’s political circle but the Lands Minister Diana Konomanyi is an exception.

 

Hear what the Lands, Housing and Development Minister Diana Konomanyi (pictured) said about her boss President Ernest Bai Koroma: “There couldn't be a greater honour than ones' compatriot bestowing confidence in one.”

Diana writes: “As a politician and disciple of our beloved great leader, His Excellency Ernest Bai Koroma, I have learned, under his tutelage the imperative of being a servant leader. This ideology that is born out of patriotism and heavily promoted by our president has been my guiding principle in my public life.”

“Thus, when I get such love and support from all you wonderful comrades, I take it not with arrogance, but with complete humility and gratitude. No politician could ask for better supporters, and I'm grateful that you guys are mine.

“The importance of the political times ahead cannot be overemphasized. However, in the scramble to succeed our dynamic president Ernest Bai Koroma which has created a rather sad political bazaar, I still believe in making efforts to compliment the agenda for prosperity which will ensure the security of president Koroma's legacy, a legacy that I believe will serve as an antecedent to a 2018 APC victory.

“In view of this, I kindly ask that you join me in supporting the president's agenda and legacy until such time when this mission is thoroughly accomplished. Once again I thank you, and please believe me when I tell you that I love and appreciate you all inexplicably from the bottom of my heart,” Diana Konomanyi concluded.

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