GREATER LOVE CHAPEL
26TH MARCH 2016.
by Victoria Sondai-Sandi – Secretary-General
The Chairman (former National President Mr. Issa Rogers) declared the meeting open at 10:00 hours and welcomed all members present. The rendition of prayers was carried out by Reverend Esther Isata Kawa. The Chairman thanked delegates and members of the Alumni who were in attendance. Members were asked for self-introductions stating their names, admission numbers and the CeOSA Branch they came from.
In his welcome address, the Chairman expressed dissatisfaction over the attitude of the past Executive. He informed the audience that his Executive had a very poor performance and were not supportive during his tenure of administration. This was evident as some Executive members were not in attendance and could not even send in letters of excuse. Above all, the Secretary was unavoidably absent to read the past minutes and all other relevant document related to CeOSA.
He also expressed concern and craved the indulgence of all and sundry in attendance to critically examine the election process as it is the brain of CeOSA. A minute silence was observed for the late National President who died in 2009 and other CeOSA members.
Professor Thomas Yormah thanked the chairman for his update and asked the chairman why Bonthe Branch was not active on CeOSA matters. He expressed concern that the executive members should be representing CeOSA at the board as their contribution should be of vital interest to the development of the school. He asked the floor for any reactions with regards to the report read by the former national president.
Mr. Issa Rogers responded that besides financial constraints, the executive members were not attending to his calls. He never visited Bonthe as it is not spelt out in the constitution or mandated to do so.
Samuel Tommy Fortune, a member from Bo Branch, also expressed dissatisfaction why the Secretary General was unavoidably absent as he was one of the key executive member.
Prof. Thomas Yormah responded that the scheduled date for the convention clashed with the Christian calendar. He also pleaded that we should no longer schedule subsequent meetings during Easter.
Mr. Issa Rogers also reacted that decisions were taken in the planning convention but nobody reported back.
Rev. Peter B. Kainwo also commented that they never knew the date would have clashed with the Easter calendar, nevertheless, other pastors made it possible to be in attendance.
Mr. S. Sengeh formally recognized the presence of Aunty Menjie from Bonthe Island who as an individual has always been actively participating in CeOSA activities. He also reported to the house that madam Alice Kumabeh is part of the restructured board as a Community Representative.
Dr. Joe Ben Davies, 743, expressed concern on the provision in the constitution for absenteeism. It was observed that the constitution has not been reviewed for the past ten years.
Mr. George Ansumana, the Sierra Rutile Branch Chairman announced that his Branch contributed Le500,000.00 as a donation towards the school for the pupils undertaking the public examinations.
Towards the rehabilitation of the school, Mr. Sulaiman Senesie, reminded the group about their commitments towards the various project proposals per branches as was discussed during the Mini Convention. Rev. Peter B. Kainwo expressed concern on the way forward for the realistic strategy towards the rehabilitation of the school as this was not a quick fixed but has to do with long term planning Prof. Thomas Yormah, suggested that resolution be passed to convey the message to EWB for the good work they are doing in our school.
Rev. Joe Abu, reported that the documentations for the land have been signed and given to the Bishop as he went village to village for signatories on the agreement of the land. He also recognized the presence of Mr. Francis Mustapha for being so instrumental and very supportive towards the development issues of the school and also hopes that we would work with the people in the overseas to be properly channeled.
Mr. Issa Rogers further reported that the Library was rehabilitated by the Bonthe District Council. T-Shirts were sold for CeOSA but no report was given as to the proceeds received from sales. He presented some amount of money for a number of 30 T-shirts sold in the sum of Le. 600,000. Rev. Isata Kawa suggested that the new executive should be capable to monitor all activities and give detailed update of activities.
A motion was moved by Rev. Peter B. Kainwo to adopt the report presented by the President and seconded by Mrs. Victoria A. Sandi. The report was adopted by the house. The President commented that whosoever does not remember his or her admission number should pay the sum of Le50,000.
2.0 Reports from 2005
Flag Pole—Gifts from North American branch, World Vision donated some gifts.
Names and positions of national Executive were called in 2009, National Executive Meeting was held on the 15th October in 2015, another meeting was held in attendance with branch members of North America. A visit was made to Bonthe Island branch but was rather unfortunate to report that the branch had never responded as per representation to CeOSA. Freetown was visited twice.
Funeral services of our late colleagues were fully represented. Board meetings were held on the status of the school where in a decision was taken to suspend the then principal with immediate effect. Mr. Sulaiman Sengeh and Mr. Sulaiman Senesie were nominated to act as Principal for senior and junior secondary school respectively. There were great challenges but thank God the school is gradually improving to get back her past glory.
The Engineers without Borders (EWB), rehabilitated the boys and girls toilets and also installed Solar Panels. The initiative was from the North American Branch.
In 2013, a mini Convention was organized at Sierra Rutile under the leadership of Rev. Peter Kainwo and others. During the convention, Rev. Peter was appointed by the National President to chair the deliberation in his stead since he was visiting the USA. Some major decisions were agreed upon at the convention and are listed below.
- Rehabilitation of the dilapidated buildings
- Encroachment on the school land
- Commitment of CeOSA Executive Members
No financial support was given during the past years of governance to promote the activities of the past leadership.
- To maintain love and unity for one another
- To embark on strong membership drive
- To review the land documents
- Donations and all projects from the branches/ individuals CeOSA Members to be channeled appropriately through the National Executive.
- That the planning committee opens an account for the Conversation which will be transformed into national account.
- That the planning works on the National membership cards and not the ID Card.
- That the committee plan and make sure that we have a real convention where in election will be done.
Appeals were made for all in attendance to be steadfast and committed towards the development and activities of the school and January 2017 was suggested for the next convention.
3.0 Financial report
There was no detailed Financial Report. Mr. Issa Rogers submitted a Cheque of Le. 272,000 that was handed over to him by the financial Secretary for monies collected since 2005 and cash of $300,000. This was handed over to the planning committee convention plans to kick off.
3.1 Branch report
All Branch Reports were to be typed and included in the delegate’s folder unfortunately no reports was available. It was suggested that only highlights should be shared:
3.2 Home branch
The report by Home Branch was read by the JSS Principal Mr. Sulaiman Senesie
Mr. Momodu Wudie commented that the report read was purely based on school activities and not on CeOSA Mattru Branch. Mr. Moses Probyn and Rev. Emmanuel S. Farmer suggested that subsequent reports be separated from that of the school report.
The Acting Principal appealed to the floor that since the Secretary is unavoidably absent to acknowledge the report, he will ensure that it would be recognized and presented in the next coming activities/meeting.
Rev. Josie Musa also supported the suggestion made by the Acting Principal.
Rev. Peter B. Kainwo reechoed that all branches were informed for over four months to avoid lapses but unfortunately, there were no comprehensive reports.
4.0 Bo Branch— Mr. Joe Ben Sowonie
Mini convention was held at Sierra Rutile in March, 2014. The membership comprises of 30 active members.
No Fundraising activities were undertaken due to the outbreak of Ebola.
Emergencies and monthly meetings were held during this period, prompt distributions and visitations were done where necessary.
Mr. Kalilu Songa, who was recognized for his positive financial support expressed dissatisfaction of some students who passed through CCS, but yet could not give back gratitude for what they have acquired from the school instead they are proud of schools such as CKC, Bo school etc. where they only did their sixth form.
- Bo branch recommendation was to organize radio program to raise awareness on issues relating to CeOSA. He thanked participants for their patience in listening.
4.3 Reactions from the convention:
- No reports in the folder
- It is more of a commentary than a report
- Moses Suggested that the house took a break and later continues after lunch hour. This was agreed unanimously.
- Rev. Emmanuel S. Farmer was asked to prepare to template on bullet points to that all branches will have some format for subsequent report writings.
- Mr. Augustine Sondai appealed to the interim executive that there are so many lapses from lessons learnt and that the executive should work very strongly and connected to build up standards as it used to be so that history may not repeat itself.
All agreed that reports should be highlighted.
5.0 Sierra Rutile
Mr. Chairman, Distinguished CeOSANS from all over the world present here at this Annual General Convention, Ladies and Gentlemen, I bring you fraternal greetings from Sierra Rutile the Premier mining company in Sierra Leone and specializing in mineral sand operations. We are here as ambassadors of our branch to this year’s conventions with the singular intention of cooperating with fellow CeOSANS to push the work of CeOSA forward and eventually to develop our beloved Alma Mater, that has made us what we are today. Permit me Mr. Chairman to break down my branch report in segments that will cover our membership, projects, finances, and our relationship with our branches, future projects and challenges.
We currently have membership strength of 60, the bulk of which are directly employed by Sierra Rutile Limited and partly teachers from Imperi Secondary School. We also have substantial within the community who are either employed in other non-mining sectors such as the police, educational institutions and other that are still in the Labour market seeking for jobs. Mr. Chairman, we have received a call from Matagelema to assist them in setting up their membership structure and by extension to be part of the rutile branch. We are currently working on that.
Mr. Chairman, distinguished colleagues; our major source of revenue is through membership monthly dues which are categorized by levels. General employees should pay Le. 30,000 a month while senior employees pay Le. 40,000 and management employees pay Le. 100,000. The collection of this money is through payroll deduction from SRL employees, whilst we rely on branch/section representatives to collect from their organization and remit into our bank account. I must admit that this has been problematic because it is difficult to receive payments from VIMETCO and Beowulf Security Company. Our non-employed members in the branch were asked to pay whatever amount or a widow’s might monthly, which is also a huge challenge to collect. In addition to the above, we are also expected to do a fundraising drive normally during the Centennial Week such as the one coming up on the 5th January to which you are all invited, is another challenge.
Mr. Chairman when I took over office by default in two years ago we were around Le.4,000,000 (Four Million Leones) in our coffers. As at 5th January 2016 we have Le.25,046,873.90 at the Sierra Leone Commercial Bank Account. We maintain a strict financial discipline with banks statement printed and read to members during our monthly branch meetings.
In the last two years, we have been closely following the needs of the school as several visits and consultations have been held with the school administration and national interim executive themselves. Through this engagement, we have been able to identify areas where we needed to do our interventions. In this respect however, we have not been able to do any substantial support, except the one we did for the students that were encamped for the preparation of the WAEC examination amounting to Le.500,000.00. In fact we were the only branch that heeded to that call from the principal (Suliaman Sengeh) at that crucial time. (SLT and Mattru)
Mr. Chairman we intended undertaking further projects for 2014, but unfortunately we were limited due to the Ebola outbreak. However, and going forward, we are actively considering undertaking viable projects at your request.
6.0 Relations with other branches
Mr. Chairman I am heartened to say that our relations with other branches have been very cordial over the years. We have made collaborative efforts with established branches including the National Executive. Though social activities have been taking place during this course. But promises were made to look into this strongly.
Mr. Chairman, we are sad to report that we lost one of our hard working senior colleagues Mr. Joseph Askia Mungu, a Senior HR Professional at SRL. His death like all other deaths including that of Later Mr. Olice Palma, and many others were devastating, may their Souls RIP.
- Mr. Chairman, our biggest challenge has been how to get the numbers attending meetings after the Ebola travel restrictions.
- We were equally affected by the Ebola situation in the country and this affected our activities like all others adversely.
- We are equally concerned about our school being administered without a substantive Principal for the two schools.
We hope as we are gathered here today our focus will be united CeOSA where we can all put our expertise and resources together in bringing the school to where it is supposed to be. I am zealous to pick the momentum that OBBA and COBBA has taken and I sincerely hope that with our collective effort like what we have started, we can all make CeOSA and Centennial and enviable institution.
Long Live CeOSA! Long Live Centennial!
Submitted: CeOSA Rutile Branch—Secretariat.
The Membership drive was still ongoing to capture more members. The branch contributed (Five million Leones) Le 5,000,000 to help facilitate the convention.
No update was read on the resources mobilized by the branch.
The Branch has mobilized five million Leones through the courtesies of Dr. Joe Ben Davies and Madam Maria Soya Bongay as a scholarship for deserving pupils. Modalities for this were to be worked out.
The branch donated one desktop computer, five cartoons A-4 paper and 50 meters extension cables to connect for the chapel. Those items were presented to the Acting principal, Mr. Sulaiman Sengeh through president Mr. Isa Rogers.
The Acting Principal overwhelmingly expressed gratitude for such a donation which will actually enhance the staff with courage to effectively work very hard to add value and to produce quality result at the end of the day. He maintained that he had opportunity to stay in Freetown after his studies but preferred to come back home to help set up benchmarks for centennial to regain it past glory. He assured that all members present that the donated items and their effort would create the intended impact.
Rev. Peter B. Kainwo expressed concern on the rehabilitation of school’s auditorium, and to embark fund raising drive. He commented that the Rutile and Mattru, appeal letters for fund raising were sent out to specific people to achieve the above task. For Bo branch, letters were sent to 10 people in this same vein.
He also lamented that meetings in Freetown had not been successful due to lack of cooperation by branch members.
He reported that; retired Chief of Defence Staff, S.O. Williams made some promises towards the convention unfortunately he was relieved from office after the reshuffle by H.E. the President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma.
Mrs. Marie Rogers Mansaray was asked to give a comprehensive report on the financial status of all funds received and how it was disbursed for catering; this was not done as the caterers were still requesting for money to run the kitchen but she promised to send soft copies of the report by email if required.
7.2 Statement – Rev. Joe Abu
He thanked all members that were in attendance for demonstrating their commitment to the development of the school in helping to regain its past glory. He also expressed concern about the scheduled time of the convention otherwise; North America would have been fully represented. He made it known to all that Abu Hassan Koroma (Askia) was the current president for North America Branch.
Rev Joe Abu expressed gratitude on the contribution and commitment of the EWBs to the school. He appealed to the floor that members should not rely on the EWBs but to come together as a team to identify projects which he suggested should be undertaken annually.
He also made it known that rooms 3,4,and 5 were rehabilitated by the North America Branch and therefore encouraged all to put hands on deck to bring Centennial on its proper footing.
7.3 School Progress Report
The school progress report was presented by the Acting Principal. Mr. Sengeh reported that the school has been running as a single unit though it has been divided into two schools: JSS and SSS since 2005. All resources are utilized together by the two principals and the general staff of the school and with a harmonized report at the end of the day.
In 2014/2015 academic year, a statistics of enrollment of the school for both JSS and SSS were as follows:
2014 / 2015
Staff strength at the moment is 52; Male-45, Female-7 and 3 on Study leave. 8 Teachers who are not yet on the payroll are given stipend from the development funds got from the school and 1 ECOWAS volunteer teaching French.
Training had been on course for some teachers funded by the Rotary Club in the USA.
- He reported that classrooms 3, 5,6,7,8, the Economics Lab had been under maintenance. Room 10 and the Chapel also need some repairs, i.e. broken windows, leaking roofs and cement washing. Facelift of the Auditorium.
- Lawn machines had been repaired and cutting of aging trees as they fell on buildings that caused damaged but had already been repaired.
- Rooms 3, 4 and were repaired by the North American Branch.
- The Solar power and the tap were done by the EWB respectively. They also provided 3 laptops, and a Riso Printer that can speedily print a large number of documents.
- First Lady also donated some solar system for Rm.10, Home Economics, Chemistry, and the Physics Laboratory.
- TGS donated some solar lanterns and crepe.
- MEST also provided some hygiene materials as the Ebola Recovery Programme is on course.
- CeOSA U.K. branch donated 3000 reading materials for the school Library.
- Hon. A.B. Sheriff also provided some hygiene materials for the school.
- Hon. Momodu Maligie provided school fees for 100 pupils.
- Kpologombo organization in this vein also provided scholarship for 20 vulnerable pupils.
7.9 Public Examinations BECE:
2011: During this period, 231 candidates attempted the BECE exams, there were 33 passes.
2012:300 candidates took the exams and had 50% who passed the examinations.
2013: 201 candidates took the exams and 58% were successful candidates, 83 candidates did not pass the exams and the best aggregate was 9.
2014: 200 attempted the exams with 72% of successful candidates got 5 sub and the best aggregate was 10.
2015: 260 candidates attempted the exams with 86% of successful candidates of which aggregate 13 was the best grade.
2011: 107 candidates sat to the examinations with two of five credits and above.
2012: 151 candidates took the exams, and two got four credits.
2013: No school based exams because of SSS 4 Policy
2014: 36 candidates attempted the exams, none got five credits.
2015: 71 candidates sat to the exams, 33 pupils got five credits and none failed. The greatest achievement for over 12years, the Principal reported.
- There should be improvement in establishing more classrooms as the dormitories are been utilized as classrooms.
- Very slow process of approval of Teachers by the Ministry of Education.
- Lack of qualified trained Teachers in the Sciences.
- Delay in electing a substantive Principal of the school.
- Construction of new classrooms.
- To embark on fundraising drive for the projects in the school.
- To rehabilitate staff quarters.
The Acting Principal expressed concern in the decrease in the SSS School, as parents had no more confidence in the growth of the school. There were also teenage pregnancy and early marriages of school going girls. He lavished praises on the support for girl child education; Government only supports JSS for free charges of education which is not applicable in the SSS School.
He also accepted the fact that general finances of the school where not outlined in this forum as he normally give report to the Board annually. He promised to give a comprehensive report on financial matters in subsequent meeting of this nature.
Ms. Halima Deen reacted with regard to the girl child education as member of the CRC committees; wish a recommendation has been made in support of a free quality education from primary to SSS as one of the reviewed constitution. She also encouraged the forum to support the young administration of the school as they were doing well.
In his contribution, Mr. Frank Kobba commended the acting principal and his team for their tremendous work in struggling to revive the standard of the school. He also commented in the growth of enrollment with regards to the staff strength and expressed concern the performance between girls and boys.
8.0 The Boarding Home
Delegates raised concern about the feasibility of re-establishing a boarding Home system within the current administration setup. Prof Thomas Yormah commented that the school should not run a sub-standard boarding home and Government is not prepared to disburse funds at this time. Parent would also find it difficult to undertake high bills of boarding charges.
- Mr. Joe Benya discussed the high risk factor of bringing pupils together such as cultism and radicalism due to the insecurity of the compound.
- Mr. Moses Moseray emphasized on the fencing or demarcation of the entire school compound with pillars at moment.
- Mr. Charles Williams established the fact that the boarding home and fencing of the school should be one of the most challenging of the new executive. He suggested the building of the fence to that of the boarding home.
The chairman suggested that election should be postponed due to poor turnout of the conference.
- Prof. Thomas Yormah commented that considering the constraints the organization has faced due to lack of cooperation and coordination of the national executive, there was need to set up an interim Executive. He also commented that the constitution was not gender friendly and not reflecting the emerging needs of the association.
- Madam Mabel Sellu suggested that since the house cannot form a quorum selection be done based on the participation of active members in their respective branches.
- Md. Alice Kumabeh also suggested that the constitution should be gender friendly; the role of Women’s Empowerment. “Women can contribute immensely when it comes to membership drive”, she commented.
- Patricia Sondai Kamara also contributed that nominating people in absentia was not normal as they cannot even pay their delegate fees to the convention.
- Rev Joe Abu pointed out the difficult situation the organization was faced with and suggested that leadership was a priority issue. He too supported the view of setting up an interim executive until January next year and proposed to review the constitution before election next year.
He also recommended that CeOSA in the Diaspora should also be recognized as we are all coordinating same drive with one objective. It was agreed that people in the overseas must know that they are accountable to the home body as all others are branches.
The following candidates were successfully nominated to serve as an interim executive from this period to January 2017 for formal election.
- NAME POSITION
- Rev. Peter B. Kainwo President
- George Ansumana Vice President
- Victoria A. Sandi (Nee Sondai) Secretary
- Andrew Sivilie Asst. Secretary
- MomoduWudie Financial Secretary
- Marie Rogers Mansaray Treasurer
- SulaimanSengeh Organizing Secretary
- Mabel S. Sellu Asst. Org. Secretary
- Rev. Esther I. Kawa Chaplain
- Edwin Baimba Auditor i
- Joseph B. Sowonie Auditor ii
- Halima Lucy Deen Auditor iii
- Henry Sefoi Auditor iv
- Pastor Conteh Auditor v
- Issa Rogers Adviser
- Rev. F.S Kallon Adviser
- Prof. T. Yormah Adviser
- Mr. Francis Mustapha Adviser
- Rev Joe Abu Adviser
- Mr. Songa Adviser
- Dr. Joe Ben Davies Adviser
- Mr Sormah P.R.O.
- Mr. Samuel Fortune P.R.O
9.2 Constitutional Review Committee
Mr. Joe Ben Davies
Md. Elizabeth Conteh
Md. Alice Kumabeh
Rev. Josie Musa
Ms. Halimatu Lucy Deen
Rev. Joe Abu
9.3 Expectations of the committee
- Education committee has the mandate to mobilize resources.
- Women’s wing should be included in constitution.
9.4 Nominees for education committee
Md. Lilly Faux
Mr. Joseph Benya
Mr. Sulaiman Sengeh
Mr. Sulaiman Senesie
Rev. Esther Isata Kawa suggested that the house should identify a proposed project and to ensure that it is accomplished and presented during the next convention in January, 2017.
She suggested that members in authority should help secure Jobs for those who are unemployed.
Mr. Momodu Wudie supported the idea to draw a concrete plan like rehabilitating a building on or before next convention.
People should make pledges and commitment to help provide office equipments and furniture.
The acting Principal reported that the solar panel has some restrictions and it is advisable to have prior to the following;
- Fans and Set of Chairs.
- Ceilings and painting of the Chapel is also an issue to talk about.
- To provide furniture in the staff room and the principles offices.
Mr. Augustine Sondai pledged to provide set of chairs for the use of the Principal’s office.
The rest will be undertaken at branch level.
11.0 Vote of thanks
The former President thanked all the delegates who made it possible to participate in the convention during such a festive period. He encouraged the new executive members to work very hard in order to overcome challenges, but this can only be done when there is team spirit and proper coordination.
He also expressed gratitude to the Freetown Branch who visited him when he was involved in an accident.
Rev. Kainwo also expressed gratitude for giving him the opportunity in the capacity as Interim National President CeOSA and by the help of His Grace and with the support of the executive to put CSS back on the map and to plan for a better convention 2017.
11.1 Handing over
The out-gone president submitted the sum of Le 600,000.00 cash and a check of Le 272,000.00 to the newly executive board.
The meeting was concluded by singing the second stanza of the school song.Rev. Joe Abu led us the closing prayers by 3:55pm as everyone recessed to the field to watch a football match between CSS and Imperii Secondary School.
|1||Marie Rogers Mansaray||2349||076 – 653658||Bo|
|2||Peter B. Kainwo||2441||076 – 679576||Bo|
|3||MomoduWudie||3043||076 – 667154||Freetown|
|4||Joe Ben Davies||743||078 – 571933||Freetown|
|5||Augustine Sondai||1983||079 – 894044||Bo|
|6||Samuel T. Fortune||3105||076 – 513208||Bo|
|7||Solomon S. Farma||3312||076 – 641662||Bo|
|8||Ahmed Fullah||3518||076 – 952602||Bo|
|9||Rev. F. S. M. Kallon||685||078 – 258793||Mattru|
|10||Jane T. Williams||076 – 772595||Bo|
|11||Andrew S. Sivalie||5178||078 – 597989||Bo|
|12||James M. Sonnah||6004||078 – 241203||Mattru|
|13||Moses K. Moseray||2236||076 – 602971||Mattru|
|14||James T. Abdulai||3044||078 – 314676||Freetown|
|15||Joseph S. Sivalie||6043||078 – 433822||Mattru|
|16||Francis Mustapha||455||078 – 220689||N. America|
|17||Joseph C. Abu||1494||U. S. A|
|18||Victoria Ann-Sondai – Sandi||3682||076 – 606344||Freetown|
|19||Patricia S. Kamara-Nee Sondai||5581||076 – 996604||Freetown|
|20||Esther IsataKawa||1715||076 – 301469||Rutile|
|21||Lily K. Faux||1497||076 – 807586||Rutile|
|22||Abdulai A. Gbessay||3348||076 – 514199||Rutile|
|23||Emmanuel A. M. Davies||5040||076 – 508687||Rutile|
|24||John G. Sandi||6084||076 – 845410||Rutile|
|25||Mabel S. Sellu||3427||076 – 793441||Rutile|
|26||Thomas B. Kpanabom||6195||078 – 660990||Rutile|
|27||Rev. Samuel A. A. Boanie||4897||078 – 340838||Rutile|
|28||Christiana Johnson||3404||076 – 600896||Freetown|
|29||Alicious S. Vandy||4544||076 – 235677||Rutile|
|30||Steven A. Conteh||2541||076 – 917540||Rutile|
|31||Sulaiman A. Sengeh||2767||076 – 844630||Mattru|
|32||Abdul-Raman Allieu||6336||076 – 424174||Mattru|
|33||Alice J. Kumabeh||2048||076 – 314221||Mattru|
|34||Joseph B. Sowonie||2820||076 – 741376||Bo|
|35||Moses Probyn||2917||076 – 602806||Home|
|36||Henry S. Sefoi||2731||076 – 989772||Mattru|
|37||Halimatu L. Deen||2879||078 – 473734||Freetown|
|38||Titus R. Young||1408||078 – 560645||Freetown|