She called on other Sierra Leoneans to come onboard and support school projects for the betterment of the nation, and also promised to construct proper school structure for the aforementioned school.
“I was not born in waterloo it just that I believe in education that is why I am supporting the school and the children, and I am committed to helping them with a better school structure.” Pamela Williams added.
The Principal of Salvation Primary and Secondary School, Joseph Conteh applauded Pamela Williams for the gesture, while stating that the school happened to be looking for more help from other philanthropist and other well wishers.
He maintained that the salvation orphanage could be one of the best schools in the country if supported; stating that the children were willing to learn and education is the best tool for the children.
In his contribution, Pastor Andrew Kanu said investing in education is the best thing for a nation, and that Sierra Leoneans should think of how to invest more in the education sector.
Andrew Kanu maintained that every Sierra Leonean should be prepared and willing to support education at all times and also, pointed that it would be served as a solid path to sustainable development.
Director, SOS College Emmanuel Stafford stated that people like Pamela Williams is what the country needed at this time, and called on the parent to be monitoring their children, as the future of the nation is in the hands of school pupils.