By Alhassan Bah
Over one thousands pupils that have recently take this year National Primary selective examinations in constituency 51 in the Port-Loko district has over the weekend benefitted to get have free true and flow transportations of their various destinations.
According to the main brain behind this exercise Madam Abi Kalokoh informed journalist that her helping hand to for provisions of transportations for the 2012 NPSE School children’s in within the northern district of Sierra Leone was one of her target in supporting education and that she would start it in the primary stage on to tertiary level of education as education should be apriority for ever one and not in a form of privilege.
Madam Kalokoh went on saying that as she is an aspirant for the All Peoples Congress Party (APC) symbol for the upcoming multitier in the history of democratic election in Sierra Leone she would continue in supporting education especially in her home town measured constituency 51 were she have so much concern and love for.
She charley stated that nothing will frustrate her in supporting educations in Sierra Leone as symbol or nor symbol she would never relents he efforts in what she have stated as it should be an ongoing process and not only for NPSE pupils only as she will always provide learning kits for all classes of levels of educations in the constituency 51 in any learning academic year she assured the teacher and parents during the handover ceremony of four transportations our transport buses for taking the children’s to their various examinations centers and to returning them backs to their respective villages of residential of homes.
Madam Kalokoh cited that education is the key towards the nation building and she is strongly in support of President Earnest Bai Koroma agenda of attitudinal behavioral change in the APC Government next term in office as development is collective responsibility of every induvial which her/she can be boast as patriotic citizen of a particular nation, she maintained.
She maintained that does not doing this for any political gains but out of humanitarians felling out of her experience of distance of miles covered from one learning center to the other during her official visits to the respective schools as she also a mother of only one child.
She encourages teachers to be always punctual in the class room to teach the children’s inorder to help to the feature leader of tomorrow and at the same time encourages the school children’s to be good pupils and respect their teachers as well.
One of the head teachers of the Mabureh –Buya UMC Primary School which was located in Lunsar speaking on behalf of the teachers Mr.Amadu S. Bangura said the challenges taking by the APC Female Aspirants for this year later November 17th election was not an easy venture as it was never challenged by anybody during the previous years in proving school materiel’s and free transportations for the just concluded NPSE examinations.
Mr. Bangura described the ceremony as historic one in minds of the resident’s community of Constituency 51 as for the past year they are find it very difficulties to get at their examinations center on time but they are very thankful by the almighty God and proud of Madam Abi Kalokoh for her good inshatives of taking by the iron lady.
Meanwhile one of the parents Mrs. Mariama Sesay said she was a mother of three children and two of them were part of the beneficiaries she takes the opportunity to endouce Madam Abi Kalokoh on behalf the district women’s development movement umbrella under the APC Party and that the entire T.M. and Roy-yamende chiefdom would gives her total supports from now on and after she noted.
However, one of the benefited NPSE Pupil Kadiatu Sesay of the SLMB Primary school which was situated with in the said Constituency 51 thanked the APC Female aspirants and wished her successes towards her aim and objectives but they are very sorry as they many of them were not register to vote because of under age, but they will always have her in their mind in during prayers she assured Madam Kalokoh.