UK 12 May 2015 David Lammy's local newspaper mixes him up with a former junta leader from Sierra Leone "If anyone knows who this guy is please let him know he's now the MP for Tottenham. . ." This is not a photograph of David Lammy. Photo: David Lammy via Twitter Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up Clearly the Tottenham and Wood Green Independent has a bad case of post-election fatigue. This morning, the newspaper illustrated a web article on local Labour MP David Lammy with. . . a photograph of former Sierra Leone military president Julius Maada Bio. Maada Bio led a military coup in 1996 and was the Sierra Leone People’s Party presidential candidate in Sierra Leone's 2012 election. Luckily, Lammy himself spotted the mix-up and posted a screenshot to Twitter, joking that someone should let the man know about his new role. If anyone knows who this guy is please let him know he's now the MP for Tottenham... pic.twitter.com/N0rN2yJQpR — David Lammy (@DavidLammy) May 11, 2015 MP for Tottenham since a 2000 by-election, Lammy recently retained his seat with a 28,654 majority. This mole is yet to hear what Maada Bio makes of his new job. › Did Labour's internal polling show them behind? I'm a mole, innit. Subscribe For daily analysis & more political coverage from Westminster and beyond subscribe for just £1 per month!