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Deputy Minister is ‘Masterpeace Ambassador’

By Alusine Sesay

After been crowned as Masterpeace Ambassador in Sierra Leone for promoting youth development, the Deputy Minister of Political and Public Affairs, Karamoh Kabba last Friday told journalists that he has been placed on a spring board, ready to fly to promote the organization’s activities in the country and beyond.

Karamoh Kabba was crowned alongside the National Youth Commissioner, Anthony Koroma as Masterpeace Ambassadors in Sierra Leone. The two would represent the organization both locally and internationally, promoting its activities in the enhancement of peace and development.

Masterpeace Foundation is an innovative, global grassroots peace movement based in The Netherlands with the aim to inspire people, especially the youth to use their talent and energy for building peace and togetherness in society. The organization on Wednesday, 28 May bestowed peace awards to eminent personalities and institutions who contributed in diverse ways to bringing and consolidating peace in Sierra Leone.

Addressing journalists in his office on the ninth floor of Youyi building, the Deputy Minister noted that “I am now so committed and I am ready to working with Masterpeace. I am on the spring board ready to fly and I am on fire.”

He disclosed to pressmen that he came into contact with Masterpeace over a year ago and that his passion for working with the organization was based on the fact that the Coordinator, Charles Boyle, and his colleagues are youths with the desire to promoting peace and developing the lives of young people across the country.

As a man connecting the government and the public, he said, he strikes partnership with people from different background with the aim of achieving the gold of peace.

“Masterpeace is a group that advocate for peace, acknowledge people who participate in peace-building. It is believed that bad things happen when good people do nothing,” he said.

He noted that he received the award with mix feelings since he works for the government and the people as well, adding that he is very much active in youth activities.

On his part, Commissioner Anthony Koroma said “I feel honoured and proud for receiving the award, especially when it focuses on acknowledging people who have fought to ensuring peace and development in the country.”