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Chairperson, Twenty-First Century African Youth Movement (England & Wales)
Minkailu Sama is Chairperson of TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY AFRICAN YOUTH MOVEMENT (England & Wales). Minkailu was born in Daru (Sierra Leone). He attended the Government Secondary School (Bo School) in Bo and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Oceanography and Zoology from Fourah Bay College (University of Sierra Leone). Minkailu worked as a Fisheries Biologist at Tombo Fisheries Pilot Project (a joint fisheries project between GTZ of Germany and the government of Sierra Leone) for six years.
In 1990 Minkailu pursued a postgraduate course in Fish Marketing at the University of Hull in England UK.
In 1993 Minkailu Pursued a three-year programme in Nursing at Liverpool John Moores University in Liverpool UK. In 1996 Minkailu proceeded to pursue a programme in Health Studies at the University of Wolverhampton in Wolverhampton UK – the course entailed looking at health from both a biological and sociological perspective, as well as health promotion and how it can prevent ill health.
Minkailu has worked for a number of National Health Service Trusts and private health companies in England since 1997.
Minkailu is currently studying part-time to become a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist.
Hobbies: Current Affairs, Travelling, Sports and Reading.
“The best way to predict the future is to create it.” -- Abraham Lincoln
Twenty-First Century African Youth Movement
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