The elections are here.
A Sierra Leonean educator, Madam Agnes Kulu-Banya, will be vying to be a member of the Franklin Township Board of Education.
The Board of Education, we know, is the decision-making body of the educational system in a township. Having an African educator on the board will definitely provide the opportunity for the many problems facing African children in the entire school system in the township to be brought to the fore and highlighted. It will also be a great achievement for the African community to have a voice in the Board of Education.
Madam Banya is an experienced and veteran teacher . She graduated from Fourah Bay College, the University of Sierra Leone in the early 1970s and taught in Sierra Leone before migrating to the U.S. In America , she taught in both the Franklin and New Brunswick boards of education for decades. She is now a retiree , but she wants to continue giving her service to the cause of humanity.
Sierra Leoneans and Africans are therefore urged to come out in full to vote also for Madam Agnes Kulu-Banya on Tuesday.
MADAM AGNES KULU-BANYA