Meet Daniel Conteh, AAPDEP’s new National Director for Sierra Leone

FREETOWN, SIERRA LEONE—On Sunday, August 9, Daniel Conteh was appointed Sierra Leone National Director for the All African People’s Development & Empowerment Project (AADPEP), a position which places him on AAPDEP’s International Executive Committee.

Comrade Daniel obtained his Teachers Certificate in 2000 from the Freetown Teacher’s College and earned his Higher Teacher Certificate Secondary with a specialization in Agriculture and Community Development in 2007.

In 2008 he pursued a degree at the Evangelical College of Theology in Community Development Studies and graduated in 2011.

Comrade Daniel has been instrumental in developing and carrying out AAPDEP’s most recent programs in the country including our Ebola initiative, Project Black Ankh (PBA).  As a part of PBA, Daniel helped to train more than 40 community health workers in the prevention of Ebola Virus Disease and in psychosocial counseling methods.

As a member of the African People’s Socialist Party, Daniel recognizes his responsibility to organize the masses of African people in Sierra Leone and around the world into revolutionary political life and works hard to promote AAPDEP as a vehicle through which Africans can collectivize our skills and resources for African self-reliance and self-determination.

We salute comrade Daniel for his hard work and dedication to the development of Africa and African communities around the world and look forward to his continued contribution to AAPDEP’s success.

Be like Comrade Daniel! Contribute your skills to making a better world for African people.


- Advertisement -spot_img

Support African Working Class Media!

More articles from this author

Dr. Jill Stein arrested in St. Louis for expressing unity with struggle against colonialism 

Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein was arrested earlier tonight, April 27, in St. Louis, Missouri for expressing her unity with the struggle against colonialism by...

The Party’s Cadre Intensive School kicks off the new year, uniting our theory with practice

On January 7, 2024, the African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) initiated a virtual Cadre Intensive school for its membership, conducted by the Department of...

Spine Bookstore and Cafe in St. Louis hosts “The Verdict is In” book reading with Chairman Omali Yeshitela

“Currently I am under indictment by the federal government that intended to imprison me for what at my age would be a life sentence,”...

Similar articles

Colonialism is the greatest threat to African women

The following is an excerpt from the 2024 Political Report to the ANWO Convention written by Yejide Orunmila. Using African Internationalism, we can provide a...

14th annual Marcus Garvey Youth Project essay contest—top three essays on Chairman Omali Yeshitela

These are the top three winning essay submissions for the All African People's Development and Empowerment Project's 4th Annual Marcus Garvey Youth Program Essay...

The Uhuru Movement opens office in South Africa, builds towards African Liberation Day

The International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) 2024 membership drive is in full swing. InPDUM’s "Will You Stand Up For Freedom?" membership drive campaign...