24-year-old brilliant Sierra Leonean lady, Eunice Naffie Mustapha who wrote a book to help young women navigate teenage pregnancy at age 22 has taken to her social media platform to celebrate after passing the Sierra Leone bar exam.
Eunice Naffie Mustapha is a 21-year-old female Sierra Leonean that has been championing kids and youth issues in her country since she was a teenager.
Eunice started her advocacy in 2015 after the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone, as she was motivated by the desire to promote the empowerment of kids and youth in her country. In 2015, she was awarded an Orange Belt in her school for excellent performance and she was made the President of Children’s Forum Network-The Annie Walsh Memorial School branch (A Child Led Organization).
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During her days as President, she championed the weekly engagement of girls at her school wherein prevalent issues affecting girls in Sierra Leone such as teenage pregnancy, child marriage, sexual penetration, poverty etc., were discussed. This platform contributed to the lives of many girls in taking control of their developments, as it was a peer-to-peer education. Eunice also coordinated the donation of items to kids that were flood victims in 2015 and 2017. Her humanitarian tendencies extended to the organization of Christmas parties for less privileged kids in 2015, 2016 and 2018 in order to bring smiles to their faces. In 2016, she was made the Head Girl of The Annie Walsh Memorial School.
This girl passed the Sierra Leone Bar Exam… I am so grateful! #SaloneTwitter
— Eunice Naffie Mustapha (@EuniceNaffie) October 25, 2022
Biography credit: Ariana Diaries