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Isaac Muckson Sesay: The Young Ambitious Sierra Leonean Book Author

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Issac Muckson Sesay is a Sierra Leonean social entrepreneur, educator and author born in Mile 91.

He is currently studying Business Information Technology at the Canadian College of Modern Technology-Mile 91 and he’s serving in its students` union government as the minister of finance.

He is the founder of Dream Builders Initiative Network (DBIN), an organization that is concern about exceeding the potentials of children and youth through Personal Development and Entrepreneurship. He’s passionate about helping students through personal development and Entrepreneurship.

During this corona Pandemic, Muckson used part of his time to write a book he titled ‘’how to become successful with your talents’’

Tell us about your book (How to become successful with your talents). ?

I.M.S Answer

‘’How to become successful with your talents is a self-help book that can help students to identify, develop and exceed their potentials. In order for anyone to become successful one definitely needs to make use of their talents to reach success. This book personally encourages parents and students to fully practice the three domains of learning which are; the cognitive, Affective, and Psychomotor. It is a book for every determined person that is striving to achieve success with his/her potentials. The book is for parents who wish to identify and help develop their children’s abilities to achieve success. And for anyone who desires to become successful in life. It is an absolute guide to achieve success with your talents.’’

What inspired you to write the book?

I.M.S Answer

‘’The struggles of students in identifying their; talents, strengths, individuality, courses of study the right career path based on their strengths inspired me to write How to become successful with your talents. I have been a teacher and in Sierra Leone and The Gambia and I have realized that students are always challenged whenever they want to identify and nurture their talents.’’

What else do you do now that the corona pandemic is on?

I.M.S Answer

‘‘I do sensitization about COVID-19 measures on social media and in my neighbourhood. I have been enjoying reading self-help and entrepreneurship books all this while. And I am almost completing my second book.’’

What are your aspirations when you once you clear college?

 ‘’I shall continue with writing and continue with the vision of Sierra Leones`s greatest social asset which is my organization called; Dream Builders initiative Network- DBIN which is to exceed the potentials of children`s and youth in Sierra Leone through personal development and entrepreneurship.’’

What would be your message to young people?

I.M.S Answer

‘’I will like to encourage students and other young people to develop personally and entrepreneurially through self-help books and to make good use of the internet (social media like YouTube). Please do not limit yourself to only the education that school can offer.’’

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Abu Bakarr Jalloh

Abu Bakarr Jalloh is a writer, editor, and storyteller. He was born in Bo, Southern Sierra Leone. Started his primary school at the Bo District Educational Council Primary School, Abu Bakarr Jalloh was the top pupil from primary one to three. In 2005, his family relocated to the capital Freetown where he furthered his primary education at the Holy Trinity Primary School, Kissy Road. Abu Bakarr Jalloh became a force to reckon with throughout his primary 4-6 at the Holy Trinity Primary School. In 2008/2009, he enrolled at the Ahmadiyya Muslim Junior Secondary School where he started his JSS 1-3 and he went on to top the list of the best student in the 2011 Basic Education Certificate Examination and also 7th best student in the whole of Port Loko District.

In 2011/2012 he attended the Government Municipal Senior Secondary School where he attained his West Africa Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination in 2015. Abu Bakarr Jalloh is now a student of the Njala University, Njala Campus pursuing a degree in Bsc Agricultural Economics.

He is a very brilliant writer, editor, and storyteller that is passionate about telling Sierra Leonean stories undiluted using a mobile phone. He is also keen on highlighting national issues affecting Sierra Leoneans.

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