When we judge something good, we do so because we know what kind of thing it is, and then check whether it is fully consistent with the implications of its nature or not.
So, a tomato for example is considered good if it is as fully developed in its essential respects as much as possible.
The same principle applies to human beings. Good people are those whose essential or central potentialities are fully realized in their particular circumstances, and bad people are those who have demonstrated the evil make up of their character in the past, as well as their propensities to do so in the future.
Knowing what is no secret anyone about reknown villains like Bio, his violent/kleptocratic tendencies, dishonesty, disregard for the rule of law, etc. and consciously comparing him to distinguished achievers like Kandeh Yumkella, is logically fallacious and what we logicians refer to as bad, false, or inconsistent comparison.
Description: Comparing one thing to another that is really not related, in order to make one thing look more or less desirable than it really is.
Broccoli has significantly less fat than the leading candy bar!
Explanation: While both broccoli and candy bars can be considered snacks, comparing the two in terms of fat content and ignoring the significant difference in taste, leads to the false comparison.
As for Samura Kamara, I am not even going to mention him in this discourse. The problem with the average Sierra Leonean is his/her spontaneous readiness to fall for mediocrity, which has been the symptom of why, instead of going anywhere, the nation has been sinking further deeper into the dark seas of backwardness, tribalism, and mediocracy – the political monopoly that has rendered people of your ilk complacent and satisfied with the vogue of we dae manageism amidst the hegemony of a dominant class of unproductive mediocre egocentric yes-men/women.
... “Tell me what company you keep and I'll tell you what you are. ... penned in the sixteenth century by the Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes.
The fact that your hope is for dunce heads like Maarda Bio and Samura Kamara to lead the country is a promising way to wish for Sierra Leone to be headed by precolonial dog-catcher types like Siaka Stevens et al, speaks volumes of who you are my friend.
If in this modern age of international partnership and global co-dependency, and an ambience where the rest of the world catches cold when America sneezes, for morons like Maarda Bio to brag about making it a priority to make “his” country, not ours, a hell on earth for Americans, it then becomes the patriotic duty of every progress loving Sierra Leonean to make sure he does not rear his ugly head around the corridors of power.
Richard Branson, CEO of Virgin Atlantic, a product of a system that encourages its citizens to be the best they can formulated it aptly, when he described African leaders as dream-killers. He was in retrospect referring to referring to likes of Bio who Mugabe tendencies has made him SLPP flagbearer for the third time, even after all the multiple defeats he has suffered eaach of the times he's imposed himself on the people.
Like hamsters pedaling faster and faster on their little wheel, some of you are still stuck in the mindset of using strawberries as baits, and expecting to catch fish, while proponents of authentic leadership have moved on alternative ways of solving the bread and butter issues of the common man/woman.
Underestimating the potentials of the KKY movement is tantamount to drinking a liter of strong akpetheshi prior to taking an exam, and expecting to pass.