Dancing With The Devils: Memoirs of a War Survivor from Sierra Leone
Maligie Koroma was born in Sierra Leone in 1983. He att ended the Awada Preparatory school in Bo; he went to St. Edwards Secondary school in Freetown, Sierra Leone. He graduated from high school at the age of fi ft een and decided to be a medical doctor, but our future is never predicted. He lost his dad and suff ered from the confl icts in Sierra Leone. He is born to the late Mr. Maligie Koroma and Rosaline Foh. His late father was a graduate from Birmingham and Liverpool University and his mother is a graduate from Northern Virginia College. He moved to Canada in 2003 and fi nished his last two years at Guelph collegiate Vocational school. He decided to pursue business, since he was always curious about the economics of Africa and its woes. He received several awards and later pursued his studies at Humber College where he graduated with an associate degree in business administrati on, and certi fi cates in management, entrepreneurial studies, and business studies. Seeing the untapped talents in Africa and wondering what could be done to help Africans, he decided to pursue a bachelor of commerce degree and specialize in human resources and internati onal business. He had a short career with some major organizati on in Canada and decided to pursue his master’s degree in corporate fi nance. He received an excellent student scholarship award to EDHEC Business School in Nice, France, but was unable to complete his studies due to lack of funds. His quest was to study the European cultures and languages and then return home to pursue his PhD studies at the University of Toronto. He sees the University of Toronto as the Harvard University in Canada. He is a volunteer at the Homewood Health Center and currently working hard to dedicate his service to victi ms of cancer, diabetes, and children who are suff ering from wars. Maligie lives in Toronto, Canada.
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