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Mohamed C. Bah was born in Freetown and grew up in Koidu Town, Kono District, the Eastern part of Sierra Leone.
He attended the UMC Boys primary school and the Ansarul Islamic Boys Secondary School before he moved back to Freetown.
Mohamed C. Bah attended sixth form at Saint Edwards Secondary School before he immigrated to the United States of America.
He attended the prestigious Strayer University and Arizona State University holding a post graduate degree in micro business leadership and global human resource Finance.
Mohamed C. Bah has written dozens of widely published articles on Sierra Leone’s economy, debt elimination strategies and how to build a better economy in Sub Saharan Africa.
He is an economist with a prudent vision on how to manage Fortune 500 business portfolios with the goal of amassing huge revenues and profit-making.
From 2002 to 2006, he was the founding President of FPU- Georgia, USA, where his reputable organization supported the amputees and war wounded with millions of dollars worth of prosthetic limbs, medical supplies and used clothing.
His organization also donated containers worth more than two million dollars during the height of the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone.
In 2007 - 2009, as the President of the Sierra Leonean Community in Atlanta, Georgia, he supported the Blind school in Freetown, with a brand New Kitchen and Chimney for the blind students.
He also pioneered the effort with the city of Atlanta’s proclamation of April 27 as a public holiday for Sierra Leoneans living in Georgia.
In 2015, he was elected as the Leader of the National Democratic Allaince and contested the 2018 Elections as the Presidential Candidate of the NDA party.
On February 04, 2023, Mohamed C. Bah was endorsed by his party as the 2023 Presidential Candidate for the June 24, 2023 multi - tier elections.
Mohamed C. Bah has worked in the United States for many Fortune 500 companies. He has managed a 25 million dollar project on research and development for two bio medical companies and offered strategic planning in micro economic performances and revenue streamlining.
Mohamed C. Bah lives in Maryland with his wife and two sons. His hobbies are reading and fishing. He is currently working on writing his first book “Economic Freedom.”