Personality of the week is a weekly program created by our team to highlight the leadership and contribution of individual that are making a positive impact in our community. Today our POTW is our sister Mamensi Kaba from Monrovia, Liberia. Mamensie Kabba was born unto the blessed union of Alhaji Fomba Kabba and Mrs. Fatumata Dukuly in Monrovia and hailed from Tusu Town, Quardu Gboni District, Lofa County.
Miss Mamensie Kabba is a former student of the Amadiah Islamic School, Liberia Islamic School System, Fanima Islamic School and finally graduated from the Muslim Congress High School in 2012.
As a grade student, Mamensie was not only a smart student among her male counterparts but was also very active in all Social , Political, and Academic activities in all of the schools she attended.
In Muslim Congress, she served as President of the Girls Unit, sponsored by the Liberian National Red Cross Society and she also served as a Captain for the school Debate Team.
Miss Mamensie Kabba is currently studying Sociology and Political Science at the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU) and currently the Co Chairman for the Political Science Students Association (POSA – AMEU).
Miss Mamensie Kabba has led many advocacies for women and girls in Liberia and she is one of the greatest voice in Liberian politics.
Mamensie Kabba is an astute member of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), now Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC).
In 2014, she was named on the campaign team to elect Ambassador George M. Weah as Senator of Montserrado County.
Miss Mamensie Kabba is currently the Co Chair for Political Affairs of the National Women League of the Congress for Democratic Change and Public Relations Officer of the Coalition for Democratic Change.
In April 2015, Miss Mamensie Kabba lead a group of young woman to the US Embassy near Monrovia to present a petition statement appealing for the intervention of the US government into the alleged trafficking of some Liberian girls in Lebanon.
Miss Mamensie Kabba has received many Certificates of Appreciation, Recognition, Honor from different Civil Society Organizations for her dedicated services in her advocacy. Ladies and gentlemen please congratulate our sister Mamessi Kaba for her hard work and for selected as POTW.
“KEEP DOING GOOD,YOU DONT KNOW WHO’S WATCHING”