Alajie Conteh: I join NPP to contribute to national development 

Feb 14, 2022, 1:11 PM | Article By: Pap Saine

Alajie Conteh, the chief financier of the main opposition party – United Democratic Party (UDP) has finally moved to the National People’s Party (NPP), citing he wants to contribute to nation building.


In an exclusive, short interview with The Point, Mr. Conteh said: “I joined the ruling party (NPP) because President Adama Barrow is elected for five years.

“I want to join hands with him; with his party to develop the country.’”

“With my good relations and experience, I have good proposals in the energy sector.”

Political analysts said Mr. Conteh’s joining NPP would be a big boost for the ruling party because of his financial muscle and good contacts with people.

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