I am Alimamy Samura, born on the 27th day of November, 1977 in Lunsar Town. Lunsar Town is in Port Loko District in the Northern Province of Sierra Leone. I am a First Class Sierra Leonean citizen belonging to the Limba ethnic group. I did my Primary School Education at the Roman Catholic Primary School in Lunsar and further with my Secondary School Education at the Marampa Islamic Secondary School in Lunsar where I obtained a General Certificate of Education Ordinary level. I further did a three years course at the St. Joseph Vocational Institute in Lunsar and graduated with a General Certificate in Agriculture. Not finding any employment, I introduced commercial bike riding in Marampa Chiefdom and Lunsar in particular. After three years as commercial driver, I was employed as Field Monitor at Royail Integrated Agricultural Development Project in the year 2004. In 2007 I was employed by the St. John of God Food Security Development Programme as a Field Supervisor. I found myself out of job when the Programme faced out and been out of employment at the outbreak of the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone. I joined the Task Force Commanders in the fight against the Ebola Virus Disease. I was later employed as Tally Clerk at Dawnus International in 2015 where I served before the closure of the company. I now find myself working for Schools and Health Foundation as Project Field Supervisor.