The minister will deliver a public lecture on the topic; ‘life experience’, at the university Annual Development Seminar.
Unisa P. Kamara, Head of Department of Development Studies, who also doubles as Public Relations Officer of the university disclosed that the minister is a societal role model and a readymade inspirational speaker that will inspire students of UNIMAK.
“The seminar aims to inspire final year students of the university in readiness for the universe, contribution towards national development as well as preparing and managing their great expectations out there.” Kamara ascertained.
Bankolay Turay, a third year student of the university, who also doubles as Minister of External Affairs in the University Student Union, also expressed satisfaction with the university’s decision to invite Karamoh Kabba. “Simply, I believe Mr. Kabba will have much to share with us based on his outstanding performance in governance, advocacy in youth issues and feminism, Journalism and politics, ”he stated.
Sounding the opinion of the minister upon receiving the invitation, he noted that “I am humbled by the invite to share my life experience with university students, especially the grandaunts. I hope my frank discussion with them will be invaluable to their lives thereafter,” Mr. Kabba commented. I really appreciate the university authorities for extending this invitation to me,” he concluded.
Karamoh Kabba is a Sierra Leonean Author, writer, novelist and Journalist. He has written several accounts about the Sierra Leone civil war, such as A Mother’s Saga: an Account of the Rebel War in Sierra Leone, Lion Mountain and Morquee. Many of his creative short stories, perspectives and analyses on social and political issues have been published in renowned international literary magazines and major news outlets worldwide.
He is also preparing for yet another book launch; Fire from Timbuktu a dialogue with History, a revisionist history influenced by the hope of jolting new debates on Africa and its ciivilisation.