By Native Isatu….
The Chairman and leader of the Alliance Democratic Party (ADP), has on Monday April 25, 2016 dish out scholarship to 56 JSS ||| pupils in the Maria INES Junior Secondary school in Lunsar, northern Sierra Leone.
Speaking in the classroom of 56 children, Mohamed Kamarainba Mansaray told the pupils that he was in the chiefdom to officially open the ADP office so as to beef up an everlasting political and family relationship with the indigenes.
He urged the children to stay focus and pay great attention to their studies in order to pass their upcoming BECE exams.
“I am appealing to each and everyone of you to stay put, and work extremely hard to pass your Basic Education Certificate Exams (BECE),” he urged.
“If anyone among you score very good grades in the exams, I will continue to pay her fees onto university level,” he adds.
He encouraged the class teacher, Alpha Kamara who teaches business studies to do more, and to sincerely continue to offer his service to the children genuinely.
Mansaray pointed out that girls child education is part of his political and philanthropist agenda which was why he is aiding the education of deprived children in the chiefdom and its environs.
He however, assured teachers in the school that when he eventually becomes president of Sierra Leone in 2018, he will increase the monthly salaries of all trained and qualified teachers to a minimum of five million Leone (Le5m).
Speaking on his party’s ideology, the firebrand politician informed his audience that ADP ideologies are anchored on eight pillars but named few “Develop Sierra Leone by giving opportunity to every Sierra Leonean and responsibility from every citizen,” he stated.
“I want a Sierra Leone that gives all citizens the chance to live out their dreams and achieve their God-given potential,” he maintained. He pointed out in his ideology that the end of the era of corrupt government and a final rejection of the misguided call to leave citizens to fend for themselves and bold leadership into the future is now over.
He concluded that he believes in community responsibility and social justices, and to further determined to reawaken the great sense of the Sierra Leone community.
“I wouldn’t want to take your teaching time which is why I have just highlighted few of the party ideology,” said Kamarainba.
Speaking in a joyous mood on behalf of her colleagues, Fanta S. Conteh thanked Kamarainba for rescuing them and their distressed parents at this pressing time when they have been going through the most excruciating pains thinking of how to pay their fees.
She prayed for him for God’s direction and protection.
Fanta promised that they would try by all means necessary to surprise him with good results and pleaded for more help.