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Lans Omarr

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Reply Lans Omarr
12:57 AM on November 15, 2013 
Anyone here?
Reply Lans Omarr
12:36 PM on April 6, 2011 
What's up everyone?
Reply fulani
8:28 AM on April 6, 2011 
yes family how u doing this is great.
Reply Tamba Peter Bockarie
7:55 AM on March 31, 2011 
Omar, once more I want to extend my thanks to you guys for tracking and promoting the talents of Sierra Leoneans in the diasporas and also empowering children in mama salone. There are many talents in that country but they lack that promotional exposure even when they're out there. It's only with the help of people like you,that such brothers and sisters can reach their God given potentials and talents. The power of the microphone in 'show business' is great!

I was one time an employee of a one time leading Hotel in Liberia(Hotel Africa) where I was involved in show business and I was part of a 3-man decision to introduce a very most-talk-about show at that time( Friday Night Live). This show gave young Liberians,Sierra Leoneans and other African brothers and sisters the opportunity to handle the mic and expose their God given talents that they had in them. Such Sierra Leoneans were: Sierra Leone's Michael Jackson, who is today Michael Fayombo Sr.( featured on Britain's Got Talents). On my show in Liberia on the Tropicana Beach/Hotel africa I featured Michael Fayombo in the show "Rescue 98" and in the same year I featured his son on my Managing Directress' son's birthday. I guess, Michael Fayombo Jr. was four years old at that time. I couldn't continue with my show cause 'Ah get for Fenam' in another land. My being here have made me to get connected to my Sierra leonean brothers and sisters in the diasporas.When I saw Michael Fayombo Sr.& Jr. on Britain's Got Talents, I shed tears of joy with the pride of been a Sierra Leonean. I shed tears for a common fact that you will not know the potential or ability of someone until you give them the chance to showcase their talents. And this is what you guys are doing. Thank you. May I ask you if Hilton Fyle is alive. He was my most admired presenter on the BBC Network Africa. Hope to be on another topic.