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Kagbindi
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I was fortunate to witness the convention in Kenema the SLPP's euphemism for tribalism and regionalism. I also toured parts of the north and Kono district. For the information of all, Kono is a done deal for the APC if one goes by the massive infrastructural development implemented by the EBK government.

The ploy by the SLPP to extract a considerable number of northern votes by farcically electing some northerners to some important executive positions will expedite their chances of lingering in the opposition for another ten years. Bio will never be accepted in the west, north and northwest. Northerners have never been suspicious and smarter! Much to the chagrin of the SLPP, the APC has already won the elections. According to interviews' responses, the hardship has being offset by the massive infrastructural developments and the proactive policies of the EBK government. Only few people think the SLPP will return to power. The landslide victory is a cinch irrespective of the would-be opponent.
Teacher Lambert
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Look at the fool contradicting himself.  He calls the SLPP convention a euphemism for tribalism but goes on to state that the SLPP elected some northerners to important executive positions.  

Since SLPP actually elected northerners to executive positions, then how valid is the charge of tribalism?

These fools are so handicapped and backward in their thinking that there is nothing that one could do to polish them up.

What a waste of space.
Kagbindi
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Teacher Lambert you need to go back to primary school to improve your English grammar and refresh your comprehension abilities. You seem to be suffering from incurable grammatical constipation. A second advice for you is to take some time out from the janitor or cleaning job and enrol for courses that will enable you to have a whiff of higher studies at the university. Only a green dumbo like you will not comprehend the following:

I was fortunate to witness the convention in Kenema the SLPP's euphemism for tribalism and regionalism.

The ploy by the SLPP to extract a considerable number of northern votes by farcically electing some northerners to some important executive positions will expedite their chances of lingering in the opposition for another ten years.
Eddie Grant
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There was a white guy in England who went strolling in the countryside. He suddenly spotted a very young Cobra, which he thought had lost its way. He thought to himself, this is very young so very likely non venomous. He decided to lift it by the tail with the aim of returning it to the wild. He was bitten by the snake and within 30 minutes, he had to be airlifted and was in hospital with a ballooned hand.
This is the same scenario between Kagbindi and teacher Lambert.
Lambert's attack on Kagbindi's intellectual prowess was repelled with a stinging rebuttal. He couldn't comeback to either accept he was wrong or mount a challenge. He was so badly bruised with Kagbindi's spikes that he was confined in Bintumani medical centre.
I've been telling these dudes that not everyone condone their behaviour of taking a swipe at people's educational standing. Now you've learned a very valuable lesson.
Well done Kagbindi.
Teacher Lambert
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Eddie Grant,

I have been absent from this forum for a while.  I am going back into Peeperdom until I see a return of the forum's heavyweight debaters.  I like to engage serious-minded people and not clowns that have access to a key board.

I am tired of arguing with functionally illiterate folks who see nothing else to life but tribe, precisely, Temne ethnicity.  I mean folks like you, Kagbindi AKA Musa Kenema, Temne boy, etc.
Eddie Grant
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Yeah Teacher Lambert, I hear you but I've already mentioned that you're within the confines of Bintumani health centre. I can see that the medical staff in Bintu are doing a great job because you've started to recover.
The tribal card won't save you this time my friend no one is attacking the decent Mende people but you and your Bio caboodle.
You think we do not know how you come up with the fictitious characters you created to make it look as if you guys are interested in national cohesion.
There's a plan to unearth one of the biggest deception in our political history.
If it turns out that those carrying northern sounding surnames are just decoys and are never from the north in your executive, then you just say goodbye to your SLPP.
Kagbindi
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Korthor Eddie don't waste your time with these small-time intellectual wannabes. They have a lot to learn. They are mistaking a drenched tiger for a domesticated cat.

A funny attribute of some of these SLPPers is their propensity to critique what they have not initiated in the most stupid and crude fashion.
I was expecting Teacher Lambert to rebut my post or engage me in a meaningful discourse but he unfortunately went the Kroo bay way and gave himself away as an impostor who is trying very hard to be seen or heard. It is better for him to remain on the sidelines in peeperdom than creating opportunities to get his old and wrinkled butt badly bruised all the time.
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