Kenema Islamic Secondary School Old Boys Association (KISSOSA) in collaboration with the school administration has turned sod for a school hall at the school’s compound along Hotagua street in Kenema. The ceremony attracted stakeholders from across the country, including old boys and girls and other community stakeholders. Smart Kokofele, secretary general of KISSOSA, told his audience that KISSOSA has members across the globe, recently rehabilitated the entire compound and put up a ten classroom building to return the school to its current one shift system.
He said the Islamic secondary school is one of the Class A schools in the district that lacked a school hall. Kokofele said KISSOSA donated 20 laptops and a projector to the school, and that teachers were undergoing computer training in various software. He said the hall will help alleviate the suffering the pupils especially during school assembly and other functions during the rainy season. He thanked the community for supporting the school he said belonged to them.
The Inspector of Schools in Kenema district, Nabieu Koroma thanked KISSOSA for their continuous support to their alma mater that made them what they are today. He said the Islamic secondary school is undergoing a series of transfomation the ministry appreciates, referring to it as national development. He called on other past pupils of the school to come on board KISSOSA in the interest of the nation, adding that KISSOSA’s activities show that the membership are greatful of their alma mater.
By Saffa B. Moriba in Kenema