One of Sierra Leone’s biggest digital magazines, People That Inspire Magazine, has released its April 2022 edition featuring inspiring Africans, compelling stories, and African fashionistas. This month’s edition features top models, celebrities, change-makers, and fashion stars whose unique abilities and drive to change the African narrative have been a beacon of hope for the African continent.
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The magazine features some of the continent’s change-makers in all walks of life. People like Ariana Oluwole, Professor Mohamed K. Kamara, Zainab Sheriff, Agyeman Duah, Kallum Sesay, and a host of many other change-makers.
Ariana Oluwole is a Sierra Leonean Edupreneur, Certified Trainer and Facilitator, Public Speaker, Publisher, and Founder of Narnia Daycare, a children’s daycare founded in 2013 in Freetown, Sierra Leone, that has to date catered to over 900 children in Sierra Leone, all inspired by the desire for a mother to care for her child. Ariana Oluwole is a changemaker who believes in the power of holistic education as a tool for nation-building and development.
Professor Mohamed K. Kamara is a Sierra Leonean Professor in Information Technology Security and Assurance and the first Sierra Leonean to develop the Stratford University graduate curriculum in telecommunications. He is the author of three books; The Implications of Internet Usage in Sierra Leone – 2013; The impacts of Cognitive Theory on Human and Computer Science Development – 2016; Securing Critical Infrastructures – 2020. Professor Mohamed K. Kamara is currently a computer science lecturer at the University of the District of Columbia and the University of Potomac.
Zainab Sheriff is a Sierra Leonean model, singer, businesswoman, CEO of Big Sister Salone and one of the pioneers of Sierra Leone’s first reality TV show. She is a former Big Brother Africa housemate. She represented Sierra Leone during the seventh season of the show along with her partner, Dalphin.
Kallum Sesay, 19, scored the first goal for Sierra Leone against Congo in the Antalya Cup in Turkey. The 19-year-old opened the scoring with a penalty in the 53rd minute before adding another wonderful goal in the 64th minute. It is his first international debut for Sierra Leone, a day that he will forever cherish. Born 4th September 2002 in Newham, England, to Sierra Leonean parents. Kallu Xzeiba Tracey Sesay plays both Central midfield and full back for Tottenham Hotspur Under 23. Basically, the 19-year-old is primarily a right-back, but he is also capable of playing on the opposite flank at left-back and as a central midfielder. Kallum Sesay grew up in Newham where he attended the Eden SDA School. Kallum Sesay at young age represented Newham in District Level Football League and has previously played for one of the biggest clubs in London, West Ham United. After a successful stint with West Ham United, Kallum Sesay signed scholarship forms with Spurs for the start of the 2019/20 season.
The magazine’s main focus is to tell the stories of Africa’s change-makers, top models, fashionistas, entertainers, and many more. Africa, the world’s most diverse continent with its intriguing and distinct cultural values and traditions, spreads across the northern and southern hemispheres, with eye-catching landscapes embedded in serenity, clothed in peace, love and harmony and rich history, has over the years coined in a very negative perspective by Western media platforms. To end this dark spell of one-sided storytelling, young creatives in Africa are on a mission to tell their own stories positively. Every month, the magazine goes through the length and breadth to bring to its audience inspiring and compelling African stories from all regions of the continent.
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