A senatorial aspirant for Montserrado County, Sheikh Al-moustapha Kouyateh, has agreed to appear on Bamba 1 Radio at 1:30 Central Daylight time on Sunday, November 23, 2014, to detail why he is electable for that position in Liberia.
Speaking through Facebook from Monrovia, Liberia, Mr. Kouyateh indicated that he is grateful to be invited on the program. He was referencing the weekly talk-show “Community and You.”
Mr. Kouyateh who was born unto the union of Mr. Al Moustapha Kouyateh and Haja Makagbe Kromah in Sacleapea, Nimba County, Liberia, is seen by many as a renowned entrepreneur, business magnate, philanthropist, role model, poet, as well as a patriot.
According to his profile, he is destined to create employment and economic empowerment for people in Liberia and other parts of the world.
He comes from a humbled family background with a strong desire for business. He is also seen as an astute politician and champion of democracy. He’s now actively engaged in business, where is said to be creating employment for many Liberian youths.
Sheikh Al-moustapha Kouyateh started his primary education in Lofa Bridge, Liberia, where he was double promoted from Kindergarten to K1 and K2 respectively.
He completed his secondary education at Monrovia College & Industrial School in 1998/99. He currently studies Public Administration at the University of Liberia.
He attained the name, “Farafina Mansa” from his late mother, Haja Makagbe Kromah, when she suspected her son’s astuteness during his cognitive developmental stage.
It is believed that at this time, he could pronounce time without looking at a clock, and his guesses were mostly accurate.
According to Mr. Kouyateh, “No man can be a good leader who is not a good husband and a good father, who is not honest in his dealings with other men and women, faithful to his friends and fearless in the presence of his foes, who has not got a sound heart, a sound mind, and a sound body; exactly as no passion for the civil duties of his land. Elect not base on love but on trust!”
Participants are expected to call 530-881-1212 and key in 704-983-893, press *61 to ask question.