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Over 400 Pupils at Mogagba Community Grafton highway received school uniforms.

NYS Boss Distributes Uniform to over 400 Pupils at Mogagba Community Grafton highway.

In his bid to complementing  the continuous efforts of Sierra Leone's President, HE Julius Maada Bio to ensuring Human Capital Development, the Executive Director, National Youth Service (NYS), Mohamed Onanah Jalloh has on Friday, 2nd September, 2022, at the Mogagba Community, Grafton Highway, Freetown distributed school uniform to over Four Hundred Primary School pupils in Four different primary schools. The schools that benefited from this gesture include: Bangso primary school, king James, Mary Ash, and Solomon Berewa primary school 

Addressing the beneficiaries, Onanah Jalloh reiterated President Bio's plead to parents to send their children to school for Human Capital Development. 

"Parents and guidance, as the President has always maintained, please send your children to school. Educating a child is the best development you can do for them. It is what President Julius Maada Bio refers to as Human Capital Development. The Human Capital Development is the backbone of every country's development." Onanah Jalloh admonished parents.

He furthered that, everybody wants to succeed in life but nobody will be successful if they are not empowered. He also said, when a child is educated, it will be less likely for that child to be involved into anti-social behaviours. 

The NYS Boss continued that, "If we want to have a better future for our children, if we want to see a better Sierra Leone, we all need to ensure that our children are educated. President Bio is deliberate to prioritizing education; this  is even why he has said every Sierra Leonean child from everywhere in Sierra Leone should have a Free Quality Education. I'm here today to help you the parents with school uniforms for your children so that they will start the new school year with brand  new school uniforms. Please, let's encourage our children to be in school."

As one of the critical players of the New Direction team of President Julius Maada Bio, the NYS Executive Director joined the efforts of the Electoral Commission of Sierra Leone and the Government to call on every Sierra Leonean, home and abroad to go out and massively register so they will be eligible to vote and be voted for. 

He told the people that it is only when they are registered  they will be eligible to vote or be voted for. He furthered that, if you want the country to continue with the Free Quality Education, Respectable International Recognition, National Cohesion, Youth Empowerment, Sustainable Infrastructural Development and many more, you need to go out and massively register to vote again for President Julius Maada Bio to continue leading this country. "He's the Tok n Do."

Parents and guidance of the Mogagba Community at Grafton Highway in Freetown appreciated the gesture of their newest neighbour and refered to his help as the "Right gift at the right time."

The children joyously pledged to be committed to their education, parents prayed for the NYS Executive Director for coming to their rescue and also committed to sending their children to school and going out to massively register.


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