Abu-Hassan Koroma (Askia) is the Chairman of the 2015/2016 CeOSA Interim Board of Directors. Askia attended the UBC Primary School in Mattru Jong from class 1 – 7 and entered Centennial Secondary School during the 1975/76 academic year with admission number 2031. He was a member of Baker House. Askia graduated in 1979/80.
At Centennial, Askia maintained consistent leadership from Class Monitor in Form 1A, Student Council Member in Forms 2 & 3 and, Senior Prefect for the 1979/80 academic years as well as House Captain for Baker House during the same period.

Askia holds a verified certificate with distinction in Social Entrepreneurship from the Copenhagen Business School through Coursera and, a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations from the UW-Madison. He also holds a Higher Teacher’s Certificate (HTC) in Art & Crafts from the Milton Margai Teachers College (now Milton Margai College of Education and Technology) in Sierra Leone.

Rev. James Kabangaiv Interim Vice-President MyCEOSA

Rev. James Kabangai serves as the Interim Vice-President of the MyCEOSA (Centennial Old Students Association) in Sierra Leone. With a strong commitment to community development and youth empowerment, Rev. Kabangai brings invaluable leadership and vision to the association.

Drawing upon his extensive experience in both the educational and religious sectors, Rev. Kabangai plays a pivotal role in steering the association towards its goals of supporting Centennial Secondary School in Mattru Jong. His dedication to fostering collaboration among diaspora members and local stakeholders ensures that the association's initiatives are impactful and sustainable.

Rev. Kabangai's leadership is characterized by his emphasis on inclusivity, transparency, and accountability. He champions volunteer efforts aimed at providing educational opportunities, mentorship, and essential resources to the youth of Mattru Jong, thereby empowering them to realize their potential and contribute meaningfully to society.

As the Interim Vice-President, Rev. Kabangai embodies the spirit of service and dedication to the advancement of education and youth empowerment in Sierra Leone. His leadership inspires others to join in the mission of MyCEOSA, creating a brighter future for generations to come.

Rev. Jusu Macavoray serves as the Interim Secretary

Rev. Jusu Macavoray serves as the Interim Secretary of the MyCEOSA (Centennial Old Students Association) in Sierra Leone, bringing a wealth of organizational expertise and a passion for community development to his role.

With a background in administration and community engagement, Rev. Macavoray plays a crucial role in facilitating communication and coordination within the association. His meticulous attention to detail ensures that administrative tasks are handled efficiently, allowing the association to focus on its core mission of supporting Centennial Secondary School in Mattru Jong.

Rev. Macavoray's commitment to the youth empowerment cause is evident in his dedication to promoting educational opportunities and fostering mentorship relationships among alumni and current students. Through his efforts, he helps create a supportive network that empowers young people to succeed academically and professionally.

As the Interim Secretary, Rev. Macavoray is instrumental in maintaining records, organizing meetings, and ensuring that the association operates smoothly. His professionalism, integrity, and dedication to the MyCEOSA's mission inspire confidence among members and stakeholders alike.

Rev. Macavoray's leadership exemplifies the spirit of service and collaboration, driving the MyCEOSA forward in its efforts to make a positive impact on the lives of youth in Mattru Jong. With his guidance, the association continues to thrive as a beacon of hope and opportunity for generations to come.

Abdul Kamara - Interim Treasurer of the MyCEOSA

Abdul Kamara serves as the Interim Treasurer of the MyCEOSA (Centennial Old Students Association) in Sierra Leone, bringing a wealth of financial expertise and a dedication to prudent fiscal management to his role.

With a background in finance and accounting, Abdul Kamara plays a pivotal role in overseeing the association's financial affairs. His keen eye for detail and strategic financial planning ensure that resources are allocated efficiently to support the association's mission of empowering youth in Mattru Jong.

Abdul Kamara's commitment to transparency and accountability is evident in his meticulous record-keeping and reporting practices. He ensures that the association's finances are managed with integrity and in accordance with best practices, inspiring confidence among members and donors alike.

As the Interim Treasurer, Abdul Kamara is responsible for fundraising efforts, budgeting, and financial reporting. His strategic approach to financial management enables the association to maximize its impact and make meaningful investments in the future of Centennial Secondary School and its students.

Abdul Kamara's leadership exemplifies the values of responsibility, integrity, and stewardship. His dedication to the MyCEOSA's mission of youth empowerment is reflected in his tireless efforts to ensure that financial resources are leveraged effectively to support education and opportunity in Mattru Jong and beyond. Under his guidance, the association continues to thrive as a force for positive change in the community.