A youth learning organisation formed by a group of students in the Kondebotihun Lay-out, (Airtel School) Kenema, called Kelvin’s Academy, have sent an open letter to NPPA Chief Executive Officer, Ibrahim Brima Swarray, requesting for support with computer, printer, stationary materials, in order to expedite their academic job.
“18 Juana Street, Kenema.
OPEN LETTER TO CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER AT NATIONAL PUBLIC PROCUREMENT AUTHORITY (N P P A) CHIEF IBRAHIM BRIMA SWARRAY.
SUB: REQUEST FOR LAPTOP COMPUTER, PRINTER, STATIONARY MATERIALS.
Kelvin’s Academy is a youth learning platform dedicated in helping University students to achieve academic success. Students from the aforementioned Academy are experiencing difficulties in photocopying in university. Students in the neighborhood have also taken the initiative to educate their young ones, and we use our phones to download notes from the internet. There are many PDF materials that are difficult to download using any device other than a computer. Even after we’ve downloaded the PDF materials, we still have to print them again. Assume you’ve downloaded 500 pages; photocopying them would be expensive.
However, if we have our own as an organization, downloading and photocopying things will be a breeze.
Again, we receive a lot of assignments from our lecturers at university, and not having a computer is a significant problem for us.
Sir, you have been relentlessly assisting students in achieving their goals, and you have been instrumental in bringing His Excellency’s vision to life. As an organization, we are writing to ask for your assistance. We urgently require the above-mentioned features in order to expedite our academic job.
You’ve gotten off to a terrific start by assisting university students and secondary school pupils. May Allah continue to inspire you to perform more good while you’re still alive on our green planet… We all listened to His Excellency’s manifesto. You are truly doing great to see the goal and mission of his Excellency’s work because he mentioned that he needs quality education in Sierra Leone. and you are doing good.
By sponsoring debate and quizze competitions, you have helped 70 percent of secondary school students improve their communication skills. Please intervene and assist us; we’ve tried several offices but have yet to meet the correct individual to handle our request. May God continue to bless you. Please accept my heartfelt gratitude.
President: Kelvin Johnny.