Wife Fears Missing Husband Must Be In Trouble

Amadu Neh Kamara, missing for the past one month

By Amara Samura

The wife of a popular opposition figure in Sierra Leone, Mrs. Lamrana Kamara residing at Hill Station, West of the capital, Freetown has expressed fears that her missing husband Amadu Neh Kamara must be in trouble.

Mr. Kamara who was deployed by his All People’s Congress party as polling agent to observe the August 24th 2019, Parliamentary bye-election at Goderich in Freetown was among some of his party supporters who were reportedly manhandled by hooligans of the governing Sierra Leone People’s Party for their alleged involvement in a chaos at the end of the polls even though they had persistently denied the allegation.

Lamrana claimed that since that incident, her husband and members of his family were frequently subjected to harassment and molestation by his attackers and at one point were detained for few weeks. She said since September last year when her husband disappeared from home she has not heard any information about his whereabouts suspecting that the ruling SLPP and some security forces are be behind the act.
Mrs. Kamara  said she knows her husband Kamara was not only popular but was a fearless politician who had severally defended his party.
Lamrana said she knows the SLPP and some security forces are hunting her husband because he and some of his APC party colleagues had already been declared wanted for their involvement in the violence at the end of the August 24th Parliamentary bye-election.
Since the fearless APC supporter was declared wanted, his whereabouts remained unknown with the growing fear among his family members that he must be in trouble.


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