- I am 26 years old
- I am from Kauda Village, South Kordufan, Sudan
- I am a member of the Toro tribe
- I am hardworking, courageous and honest
- My family continues to live in the Nuba Mountains in Sudan
I heard about LASS from a LASS alumni, and pursued interviews with the school. I was so happy to get a call from a teacher telling me that I had been accepted. This education is important to me in order to gain the knowledge that I need to become a servant leader to transform the people of my country. Today, Sudan is corrupt and war torn; it needs transformation. Learning to be a servant leader is very important, because it is vital to me to serve the people of Sudan. I enjoy reading inspirational novels, (when I’m not playing volleyball). My favorite book is Footprints of Giants - this book inspires habits of greatness and gives insight on how to leave a great legacy by helping others around you to do the same.
My dream is to graduate with a bachelor’s degree from a university and be an entrepreneur in investments which will enable me to raise resources to support needy children.
I want to be an advocate for bringing unity to the people. If I were president I would ensure full security for the people and property.
My Vision For The Future
- I want to positively impact the young generation in my country (Sudan)
- I have a vision of unity of the people in Sudan
- I hope to become an entrepreneur, and identify income generation opportunities that I can share with my countrymen and women