The Deputy Minister of Basic Education, Madam Mamusu Patico Komeh, who recently demonstrated her dedication by personally monitoring the English language West Africa Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) at three different centers.

During her visits to Rising Academy School, Collegiate School, and Vine Memorial School, Deputy Minister Komeh ensured that all necessary exam question papers and materials were properly organized, enabling the examinations to start promptly and proceed without any hitches. Her meticulous attention to detail and proactive approach ensured that students could focus on their exams without any logistical concerns.

Deputy Minister Komeh also took the opportunity to commend the invigilators at each center for their vigilance and dedication to upholding the integrity of the examination process. Her appreciation for their efforts reflected her own commitment to providing a fair and supportive environment for every student to demonstrate their knowledge and skills.

On behalf of the Ministry of Basic Education, Deputy Minister Komeh extended her heartfelt best wishes to all WASSCE students. Her words of encouragement and support highlighted her genuine concern for the well-being and success of Sierra Leone’s young learners.

Beyond her duties within the Ministry, Deputy Minister Komeh has played a crucial role in supporting President Bio’s administration’s efforts to enhance the country’s education sector. Her tireless work and collaborative spirit have been pivotal in driving positive change and progress in Sierra Leone’s educational landscape.

Known for her grassroots political approach, Deputy Minister Komeh’s approachability and humility have endeared her to many, making her not only a respected leader but also a trusted and caring individual. Her hands-on involvement in monitoring the WASSCE examinations underscores her commitment to serving the people and improving the quality of education in Sierra Leone.