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American twins join General Sfano

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American born twins Abdul Hakim Allie and Abdul Kareem Allie who are known to be great dancers and singers and lovers of the late King of Pop Michael Joseph Jackson, have disclosed their loyalty and support for the Sierra Leonean born pop star General Sfano (in photo) in the launching and establishment of the SFANO-MICHAEL JACKSON CHILDREN’s DEVELOPMENT FUND and Sfano’s new musical album “BETTER LATE THAN NEVER”.

This disclosure was made on the nations popular independent broadcaster, Radio Democracy FM 98.1 on Tuesday 20th March, 2012 on the “Good Morning Salone Show.

In an interview with the presenter, the twins expressed their concern on a unique initiative that has to deal with the legacy of their Sierra Leonean brother General Sfano and that of the sustainability of the care that Michael Jackson had for the children of the world through the “Heal the World” initiative.

Millions of listeners in Sierra Leone and across borders were happy for the development as many called to grace the interview through several phone lines in support of the Princewaleans

General Sfano is found, Abdul Hakeem Allie said, adding the joy of the people that was found in James Brown, transformed by Michael Jackson has the potential in General Sfano to continue such legacy when given the appropriate financial and material support.

I believe Sierra Leoneans will be excited to see a son of their soil making global history, Hakeem stated in the interview.

Abdul Kareem disclosed an account number of the Sfano Musical Production and Entertainment Association as 076116641 at the Rokel Commercial Bank, Wilberforce Street in Freetown. He said the groiup is responsible for organising events that will help raise funds for the charitable organization known as ‘Sfano-Michael Jackson Children’s Development Fund’.

Born November, 26th 1996 in Atlanta Georgia, USA, the twin brothers disclosed that they were in Sierra Leone in March, 2012 to interact with their Sierra Leonean brothers and sisters, develop a sense of the Sierra Leonean culture, and to further their education at a certain point in the country.

They further disclosed that their father Mr. Alimamy Njai Allie who serves as the Chief Justice for the Fullah people kin Sierra Leone and their mother Mrs. Kadija Allie a business woman are well pleased with their connection with General Sfano for developing a unique and historical funding agency that has to deal with children, the exposure and sustainability of two African American pop stars, Sfano, and the late Michael Jackson

We are pleading with humanitarians, local and international Non-Governmental Organizations and the Government of Sierra Leone to support the launching ceremony of the Sfano-Michael Jackson Children’s Development Fund and Sfano’s musical album ‘Better Late Than Never’ on Friday 6th of April, 2012 at the Family Kingdom Entertainment Complex in Aberdeen in Freetown as a means of raising funds for the love and development of a global child as the future generation, they said.

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