Without deviating her attention from what she has been doing even after being bullied on social media by popular rapper, Boss La, the station manager for radio Democracy 98.1FM, Mrs. Asmaa James was spotted donating food items to inmates of the Female Correctional Service in Freetown.

The popular journalist got support from Pee Cee & Sons to continue her annual donation under AJ Foundation and supported inmates with cooking items like onions, rice, vegetable oil, etc.

Mrs. Asmaa James took her Facebook page and shared the good news to Sierra Leoneans with touching pictures;

“The AJ Foundation with support from Pee Cee & Sons has made their Annual Christmas donation to inmates of the female correctional service. T’is the season of love and sharing.

I’m glad that the AJ Foundation has been able to continue this tradition of supporting female inmates over the years.

Using the words of the General Manager of Pee Cee & Sons, our donor – Rajesh Hemnani “It makes us happy to see them happy,”


#AJFoundation” She wrote.

Asmaa James is a Sierra Leonean media personality, advocate and a philanthropist. With over 20 years of experience in broadcast journalism and management, she creates opportunities for diverse voices to discuss current affairs and a wide range of human rights and social justice issues. Her mindful but objective approach has resulted in historic contributions to strengthening democratic governance in Sierra Leone and the continent. Asmaa currently serves as the station manager at Radio Democracy 98.1 FM.