Marking A Milestone - Abass, Valedictorian of the Class of 2024

Published Sun, Jun 30, 2024
Written by Dana Kaltenberger


My name is Abass Daniel Fullah, I am 20 years of age and currently in SSS 3 Science.  I am from Rokassa community located in Port Loko district, Masimra chiefdom of Sierra Leone.

My parents are local farmers, but unfortunately, I lost my mother when I was a young boy, leaving my siblings to be raised with my single father.

Before I was adopted by Pastor Thomas as part of their family, life was very difficult for us, because my father was the only one being taking care of our daily bread and personal needs.

EduNations has greatly impacted my life educational life and I’m very proud to compete with other standard schools across Sierra Leone through the quality education they offered to us as students.

Also, during my time at EduNations, I have come to acknowledge Jesus Christ as my Lord and personal Saviour though the discipleship class and chapel hours, now I can bolding testify about Christ to my siblings and Rokassa community.



Congratulations to my classmates as graduates! Today marks a significant milestone in our lives as students as we stand on a new chapter.  It is important to recognize and celebrate all that we have accomplished.

We have navigated many years of hard work, challenges and growth and we have emerged stronger, smarter and more prepared for the future. This journey hasn’t been easy, as we have faced late night of studies, challenging projects and perhaps even moment of drought. Yet, here we are having meant and overcome each challenge, determination and perseverance, we have shown what is means to be persevered and push beyond our limits, but today is not just about academic achievements it about celebrating who we have become as individuals in society.

Throughout these years we have developed friendship, discovered passion and created good memories that will last a lifetime. We have learned not only from textbooks but from each other every experience that has sharped us.

In the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, as we move towards achieving our dreams, we believe that this graduation is not the end, but the beginning of greatness because the world is full of opportunities waiting for us.  Whether, we are entering the university or pursuing other dreams, we know that we have the tools and the spirit to succeed by staying focused and being determined to always believe in our self.

Upon graduation while I will be waiting for the publishing of my high school result, I want to enroll in computer school to advance my knowledge in computing.

After the publishing of my high school result from the West African senior school certificate examination council, I want to pursue my studies as medical doctor. Thanks to EduNations donors and supporters for igniting hope!