Kamara who travelled from Sweden specifically for the event easily triumphed over the home based athletes in both events clocking 21:50 seconds in the 200meters and 10:56 seconds in the 100meters.
Freetown based Jimmy Thoronka followed closely with a 21:93 seconds in the 200meters taking the silver medal whilst Mohamed L Bangura secured bronze with a 21:94 seconds clocking.
In the 100meters, Michael Konomanyi scooped silver after clocking 10:61 seconds behind Kamara whilst Thoronka settled for the bronze with 10:67seconds.
Kargbo who represented Sierra Leone at the Beijing Olympic Games went on two win her second gold medal of the day after clocking 25:31 seconds in the 200 meters whilst Mariatu K Conteh took silver with a time of 25:40 seconds and the bronze medal went to Mary Tarawallie who finished third with 25:46 seconds.
Despite missing out in the 100 meters, Rebecca Ansumana went on to secure gold in the 400 meters as she clocked 54:35 seconds ahead of Mariatu K Conteh who secured the silver medal.
In the male category, Hassan Jah clocked 48:56 seconds as he sprung a surprise to win the gold after edging out the favourites and defending title owner; Thomas Vandy who only secured bronze medal in the event with his 48:64 seconds whilst Bockarie Sesay took silver with 48:62 seconds.
Osman Charley of the YASC Track Club secured gold in the 5000 meters men with 15:25:28 seconds followed by Chris Johnson with 16:29:15 seconds and Alusine Kamara in third with 16: 38:53 seconds.
Female long distance champions, Mamie Konneh Lahanu secured four gold medals after winning the 1,500meters, 3000meters, 5000meters and 10,000 meters respectively.