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Why Sierra Leoneans should be proud of Malakai Bayoh’s success on Britain’s Got Talent

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Sierra Leoneans should be proud and hail 13-year-old British-Sierra Leonean, Malakai Bayoh, who made it directly to the finals of Britain’s Got Talent. Malakai Bayoh is a talented young vocalist who has captured the hearts of millions with his beautiful voice and impressive performances on the popular talent show.

Malakai Bayoh was born in London to Sierra Leonean parents and has always had a passion for music. He started singing at a young age and quickly developed a talent for it. He began performing at local events and soon caught the attention of talent scouts who saw his potential.

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When Malakai auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent, he wowed the judges with his rendition of the classic song “Who’s Loving You” by The Jackson 5. His performance was so impressive that he was given a golden buzzer by judge Amanda Holden, which sent him directly to the finals.

Since then, Malakai has continued to impress audiences with his incredible voice and stage presence. He has performed songs by artists such as Stevie Wonder, Whitney Houston, and Luther Vandross, showcasing his versatility as a vocalist.

But Malakai’s success on Britain’s Got Talent is not just a personal achievement. It is also a source of pride for Sierra Leoneans around the world. Malakai’s heritage is an important part of his identity, and he has spoken openly about his love for Sierra Leone and its culture.

In a recent interview with the BBC, Malakai said, “I’m really proud of my Sierra Leonean heritage. I love the music, the food, and the people. I want to represent Sierra Leone on the world stage and show people what we’re capable of.”

Malakai’s success on Britain’s Got Talent is a testament to his hard work, dedication, and talent. But it is also a reminder of the incredible potential that exists within the Sierra Leonean community. Malakai’s achievement should inspire young people in Sierra Leone and around the world to pursue their dreams and never give up on their goals.

In conclusion, Sierra Leoneans should hail and celebrate Malakai Bayoh for his incredible achievement on Britain’s Got Talent. He has shown the world that talent knows no boundaries and that with hard work and dedication, anything is possible. Malakai’s success is not just his own, but a source of pride for the entire Sierra Leonean community. We wish him all the best in the finals and beyond.

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Sallu Kamuskay is a Sierra Leonean activist, storyteller, and blogger. He was born in Sierra Leone but later relocated to Guinea as a refugee because of the war in his country. Sallu Kamuskay uses his phone to engage on social media, under the name ‘’Salone Messenger’. He Co-Founded the Salone Messenger platform after his experience of the war, Ebola, and injustices. According to him, silence was the root cause of war, and of many social injustices, we continue to face as a nation. In 2013, during the Ebola crisis, Sallu Kamuskay took the risk and volunteered to fight Ebola. He spent some months in both safe and unsafe places; helping the victims and telling their sad stories. The election in 2018, left a divided country with communities fighting on tribal lines. This inspired Sallu Kamuskay to serve as the coordinator of the United Sierra Leone peace concert, which was organized in 4 major parts of the country, targeting violent communities and troubled youth. Sallu Kamuskay led a group of entertainers, activists, and organizations across the country on a peace tour, a program supported by the European Union, United Sierra Leone, Africa Union, ECOWAS, and the Messeh Leone Trust. Sallu Kamuakay has also served as a staff writer for the Hidden Voices Magazine. Over the years, Sallu Kamuskay has been using his Techno phone to be able to tell stories, the phone he used to tell the story of Gbessay during Ebola who was admitted at one of the Ebola treatment centers after rumors that she had Ebola when the actual sickness was ulcer, she was almost abandoned at the treatment canter with no medication provided to her. She could have died. Sallu told the story via social media and was able to secure funding from the United Sierra Leone to buy her medication and advocated for her. She was later discharged and taken home, He did the same to a patient that died and was abandoned in the street, Sallu Kamuskay used his phone and shared the message across, the corps was later taken and buried. It could have been more disaster without his voice. The story of late America Stress 3-year-old daughter. The hero’s daughter was abandon after his father's death. He shared her sad story and was able to get a sister who has taken the child as her own and is currently providing her with educational support. The article of America Stress can be read on the link below Sallu Kamuskay feels the stories of Gbessay, America stress and that of many others need to be told. The media house we have cannot better tell these stories, they are better reporters than telling human interest stories. He created the Salone Messenger platform and brought together passionate storytellers to be able to tell these compelling stories.
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