‘Presidential nominees should take public oath’


…urges civil society activist

October 20, 2015 By Regina Pratt

A civil society activist, Abdul Rahim Kamara, has called on the president to put presidential nominees through “public oath of office”.

He was speaking last Thursday at the Tanner Legal Advisory conference hall at Guma Building as he briefed members of the public on his visit to the president.

He said he informed the president that people nominated for positions in government should take an oath before the public.

“The president cannot be everywhere as he appoints people to promote his Agenda for Prosperity,” he said and claimed that those nominated to serve the country do not work in the interest of the people after they are approved by Parliament.