Tewor District Community Forum in partnership with Flomo Theater has embarked on a community engagement with residents of Grand Cape Mount County to provide awareness on post-electoral violence.
According to Melvin B. Kamara, Chief Executive Officer of Tewor District Community Forum, the exercise will continue up to December 31, 2020.
Kamara explained that they are talking to residents of the County to avoid post-election violence, adding that it is counterproductive to the growth and development of the county and country at large.
He called on all residents of the area to use the court system if they feel disenchanted by any electoral issues.
“Violence cannot build a country rather it destroys the nation and brings total setback to its citizens,” he said.
Prior to the conduct of the December 8 polls, electoral violence erupted in the county that witnessed Representative Bob Sheriff of the Unity Party house and vehicle set ablaze by supporters of a rival candidate Simeon Taylor, who was announced the winner of the County’s Senatorial race.