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Mr. Secka to Launch Six Books . . . Calls for Sponsors

Apr 10, 2008, 5:49 AM | Article By: By Abdou Rahman Sallah in CRR

Mr. Michael Secka was born on 12th December 1963 in the town of Basse in the Upper River Region (URR). He attended St. George's Primary School and later Armitage High School. Then he went to the Gambia College for his Primary Teaching Certificate (PTC) and his Higher Teaching Certificate (HTC) and now he is studying at the University of The Gambia while heading the Jangjangbureh Upper Basic School.

In an interview recently Mr. Secka told The Point that he loves the art of writing and ever since he was young he has been dreaming of becoming a writer. Now he thanks God that he has successfully launched four books that are widely read. The books are  "Love Impersonation and Breaking Hearts", "Education in Tears and Women in Distress", "Literacy for Gambian Upper Basic Schools" and "Shock".

He is launching a further six books in two months time which are called; "Face to Face with African Tradition", "Management in Gambian Schools", "Critical Essay in Education", "Preserving Customs", "Africa Robbed it's History, Dignity and Culture Along the Paths of History" and "Concern That Matters But No System".

He is appealing to the Government, NGOs, Philanthropists and well wishers for sponsorship to launch these books.