Joseph Sherman, Editor-in-Chief, Salone Monitor, USA
The Publisher of the Salone Monitor Newspaper and Staff are delighted to hear that you graduated with a Master degree in Education (Special Education) at West Chester University in Pennsylvania. Besides attaining the Master degree you are among Honor students recognized by the honor society. Honor Societies play an integral role in the student experience, and have been recognized by universities in the United States for More than two centuries. The primary role of an honor society includes providing academic recognition to higher-achieving students, and establishing professional and social contacts for these students within a network of universities. Membership is by invitation. If you meet the academic, class, and ranking requirement, or receive a nomination. We extend our hearty congratulations. You have reached an important goal by hard work and perseverance. We know you will take your work ethic into your career and have great success. As our contributing writer in the Salone Monitor, we once again say congratulations for your enviable achievement and the sky is the limit.
Victor Mustapha Bangura, a product of Kolenten Secondary School and Government Secondary Magburaka and a son of Kambia district, migrated to the United States five years ago after he earned a Master degree in Education with emphasis on Guidance Counseling from Njala University (NUC) in Sierra Leone. Prior to matriculating to Njala, Mr. Bangura earned a Bachelor of Education degree from Milton Margai Teachers College and in the same college he attained an HTC. Educationally, Mr. Bangura has International Diploma in Education Planning and Administration (NUEPA) from New Delhi, India and a Certificate in Electoral Administration and Civic Education (INEACE-Institute of Electoral Administration and Civic Education-Sierra Leone.
Mr. Victor Mustapha Bangura possesses many skills and experience in the educational sector. In Sierra Leone, he was a Senior Teacher and Head, Arts Department, School Counselor, SLTU teachers representative at the Government Secondary Technical School, Congo Cross, Freetown, Field Officer (Education) CARITAS-Makeni Demobilization Center, Lungi and a Research Director (CAMPVO-Campaign for the Voiceless, Freetown).
Achieving these goals in life cannot be realized without God granting him the wisdom and knowledge to overcome the hassle. In view of this, he is extending his thanks and appreciation to friends and relatives who supported him morally through this tedious journey, to them I say “don’t give up” what man has done one can always do.