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Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh Declares for APC-NA Chairmanship

19 July 2013 at 00:11 | 1776 views

Dear fellow Comrades:

I hope this correspondence finds you well in health, family and work.

It is with great pleasure that I announce my candidacy for the position of Chairman of our beloved All People’s Congress’ North American branch (APCNA), in the upcoming elections.

I am a member in good standing of APCNA’s Minnesota Chapter: I have an unyielding commitment to human rights and the rule of law. My objective is to provide aggressive and ethical leadership to make our branch a model for civil discuss with a sense of national purpose. With your support and my qualifications, we can make a huge difference in not only our branch but more importantly, in our party and nation’s future.

I did not make this decision lightly: When I was approached to run,

I knew I had to first spend time in prayer with my family and in consultation with

comrades, friends and mentors. I soon achieved peace, knowing my background, experience and vitality would adequately qualify me for the position.

I pledge to keep all comrades at the center of my commitment to serve as Chairman. If I am fortunate enough to earn your vote and win the upcoming election, you will have chosen someone who will continue to work hard and remain directly accountable to you, the Honorable Members of APCNA.

Relating to the wide-ranging and complex issues facing the APCNA and indeed our nation and its people, comes naturally to me: I was born in Makeni (Makote), Bombali District and grew up in Kono District – our nation’s most diverse and predominant diamond mining - district. Except for the two years I spent at Magburaka Government Secondary School for Boys, I received my primary and secondary education in Kono District.

My background and roots in Sierra Leone and abroad have proven to be invaluable; I recognize that we have responsibilities as well as rights and that our destinies are bound together. While the APCNA has certainly seen its share of problems, there is nothing wrong with our branch that cannot be fixed by us.

Therefore, this election must be about what can be done by us, together, through the hard and frustrating but necessary work of bridging our differences and make our branch the best it can be.

I am an attorney with offices in Roseville, Minnesota with a general practice including Criminal Defense, Family Law, Immigration and Nationality Law (nationwide), International Business Transactions and Personal Injury. I am duly admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the State of Minnesota and its subordinates, the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota and the United States Department of Justice, Executive Office for Immigration Review – Board of Immigration Appeals, and Immigration Courts.

Before going into private practice, I was a law clerk in the Law Offices of Yaeger, Jungbauer, Barczak, Roe & Vucinovich, PLC, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and a Research Assistant to John C. Keller, Esq. Executive Director, Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota in St Paul, Minnesota.

In addition to being a full-time student, I was involved in numerous activities at Hamline University School of Law, which include the Fredrick Douglas Moot Court Team, the International Law Association, and the Business Law Association. I was Vice President of the Student Bar Association and Regional Secretary of the Black Law Students’ Association. My team, which represented Hamline in the Fredrick Douglas Moot Court Competition, won Best Respondent’s brief.

I am a founding member of the Campus Democrats at Bowie State University in Bowie, Maryland; my undergraduate Thesis is published in the National Conference on Undergraduate Research’s (NCUR) 1998 Edition.

I am Vice President - Field Operations of Sierra Global Minerals, LLC, a direct exporter and importer of precious minerals and other commodities. With prominent and significant contacts throughout West Africa and the Great Lakes region, Sierra Global Minerals specializes in exporting rough diamonds and gold from Sub-Saharan Africa to the United States or other ports including but not limited to Belgium, Israel and Dubai, all through the Kimberley Process Certification.

I am also a Strategic Alliance Partner with Sub-Saharan Africa Development Enterprises (SSADE), a division of Igbanugo Partners Int’l Law Firm, P.L.L.C. in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

SSADE offers consulting and anti-corruption training and advisory services and is well versed in African-governmental relations development, lobbying and/or interest advocacy

as well as U.S. government relations and public policy, including issue advocacy. We effectively assist U.S. multi-national corporations, U.S. government agencies, African governments and governmental parastatals, African businesses, NGOs, and public organizations to achieve exemplary efficiencies through well-calibrated strategic deliverable and customized solutions. Our development consulting practice includes modernizing judicial systems and improving technical capacity in the emerging markets of Africa.

My hobbies and interests are politics, soccer (Arsenal FC), music and more importantly, spending time with my boys.

Considering the discussions in our meetings, and the overwhelming enthusiasm and dedication of our members, I would be an ideal candidate. Please join our campaign.

Thank you – as always, for your interest in improving our beloved APCNA. God bless you, and may God bless our beloved Sierra Leone and the United States of America.

It would be an honor to serve as your Chairman.


Very truly yours,

M. Juldeh Jalloh, Esq.

Vice President/Field Operations


P.O. Box 22

Hudson, WI 54016 USA

Telephone/U.S: (612) 868-0679

Telephone/Africa: 232 78 707394


Skype: Jalloh.sierraglobal


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Freetown, Sierra Leone

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