Born on the 25th of December 1999 in Liberia, to Sierra Leonean parents Mohamed Cassius Kamanda is Sierra Leonean/Liberia art prodigy, writer, public speaker, and founder of The Spelling Bee Foundation Sierra Leone, an academy that is geared towards creating a platform for the young people in the field of the spelling bee where they will discover their talents through spelling and correct English usage.
Mohamed Cassius Kamanda attended the Sierra Leone Muslim Community (SLMC) primary school Low-cost Freetown where he attained his primary education and the Methodist Boys High School from 2012-2015 where completed his Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE). He then moved to the Albert Academy Senior High School in 2015-2018/2019. At the Albert Academy, Mohamed Cassius Kamanda served as the Head of Media News-Journal in 2016, the only elected President in 2018, and school perfect in 2019. After graduation, Mohamed Cassius Kamanda took up the challenge of starting up The Spelling Bee Foundation Sierra Leone
Mohamed Cassius Kamanda was inspired by a young Ivorian, Co-Founder of Bondumani Art. To Mohamed Cassius Kamanda, He feels art is life and makes one comfortable and cools down tension in everything one does.
In line with Mohamed Cassius Kamanda portrait’s Artwork, He also does poetry, (performing and written), public speaking, a high level of debate, and gender advocacy.” I haven’t had a big project yet, but to me, the biggest thing that will happen to me is to see my clients smile which happens every day when I deliver their portraits. I don’t have a company yet, but I’m hoping to register my art brand as soon as possible.” He told us at Salone Messenger during an interview.
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