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Moseray Fadika and John Sisay… ‘Beauty and the Beast’

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Moseray Fadika and John Sisay… ‘Beauty and the Beast’

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In Sierra Leone and beyond its scope, many are of the firm maxim that the newly appointed Goodwill Ambassador of the Commonwealth Africa Initiative, Moseray Fadika is the love of the people. Prior to his appointment as Goodwill Ambassador for the Commonwealth Africa Initiative, in 2013, Ambassador Moseray Fadika was crowned Africa Entrepreneur of the year in Dakar, Senegal.

He is the Vice President of Shandong Steel, a company that will stand tall and boast of having the highest figure of employees in the country especially the country’s powerhouse or nucleus, the youth. Ambassador Fadika chairman and CEO of the Pan African Minerals, a business that has created thousands of jobs for Africans; contributing terrifically to the economy of the continent and eradicating extreme poverty and hunger.  

The achievement and contributions of Ambassador Fadika in the cooperate world cannot be exaggerated especially when it is being reflected in all sphere of society.

Forget the personal contributions in paying fees for hundreds of pupils and students across the country. Forget the donations of learning materials worth millions of Leones to universities, colleges and schools. Forget the annual scholarships of Ambassador Moseray Fadika. Forget the funding of renovating and rehabilitating of schooling structures. Forget the public lectures geared towards inspiring students and giving them career. Forget the jobs created for Sierra Leoneans. Forget the empowerment of the youth. Forget the feeding of the poor. Forget the hundreds he has alleviated from poverty. Forget Ambassador Fadika’s intervention in the health sector. Forget the donations of health equipment to PHUs and health centers across the country including the country’s main referral hospital, Connaught. Forget the promotion of sports (football). Forget Fadika’s rescue mission to Ebola Survivors. Forget him selling the country positively in the sub-region and the globe at large. Forget the daily “chop money” he gives every morning to hundreds of households. Forget all his philanthropic and cooperate gestures.

But one thing that you must not forget is his charisma of leveling himself with the masses that we normally refer to as ordinary Sierra Leoneans. The myth in the country and the continent has been the rich cannot dine with the poor if nothing is expected. Since Moseray’s success story emerges, thousands have been part of that story. He eats with the less privileged and deprived children and youth. He party with them. What person of his caliber will do all that in this 21st century? Ambassador Moseray Fadika’s contributions are as dark as the day.

 The personal contributions of John Sisay are as clear as the night. John Sisay is perceived to be the classy man. He is believed to be the elite type. John is being described as the non-mixer. He is being dubbed as the ‘Mr. Get Level’. The cooperate aptitude of John Sisay has been questioned by many especially with the unfolding realities at Sierra Rutile. A man of such nature is best described as…

 

At this juncture, while I’m trying to get a pause, I will let you judge among the two to decode and attribute them to the phrase “Beauty and the Beast” 

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