Sierra Leone is a country with numerous uneducated creative young people. Chernor Suliaman Bah is on a mission to empower and support creative young people by providing entrepreneurship to them to help them enrich their talents to solve Sierra Leone and global problems at large. His company Sulcon is focus on empowering young innovators in Sierra Leone.
Born on 10 February 2002, Chernor Suliaman Bah is an entrepreneur working on agriculture and climate change, empowering young innovators by providing entrepreneurship to them to help them enrich their talent to solve Sierra Leone and global problems at large.
Chernor Suliaman Bah attended the St. Edward’s senior secondary school where he completed his secondary education. Chernoh has currently enrolled at Limkokwing university of science and technology in Freetown, Sierra Leone studying software engineering and multimedia with an entrepreneurship certificate at savvy fellowship, schooling.
At the age of 12, Chernor lost his mother due to maternity death. Chernor was then raised by his uncle. Chernor use to sell pure water after school every day and also embarked on screenwriting to be able to survive. Chernor never gave up as he realized that he needed to make a change.
Chernor’s organization, Sulcon support low-income earners that have great minds in solving problems by writing a business plan and business model for them and also helping them find investors so that their talent won’t be wasted.
Chernor hopes to also be able to reach brilliant minds across Africa and provide entrepreneurship training to creative innovators on how to harvest their talent in solving real-life problems that they are faced with.