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1.  Islam in Sierra Leone
[BY WIKIPEDIA]
FREETOWN (IINA): A Sierra Leonean bishop has declared that he has joined the fold of Islam, after he had seen a vision during his sleep that he was sitting with a group of Muslims, and so in the absence of any translation of the meaning of his dream, he decided to embrace Islam. He made his declaration in the presence of a representative of the Kuwait-based Africa Muslim Agency, Sheikh Musa Dambuya.

Bishop Joseph Samba Bondo began his life as a soldier, then became a missionary preacher, and was trained for his ministry at the seminary in the Sierra Leonean capital. But after he had met Sheikh Musa Dambuya, who was himself once a Christian before he embraced Islam, he changed his mind and became a Muslim.

 

2.  Muslim Fulu Merchant in sierra leone
[By Alusine jalloh,Ohio University Center for International Studies]

How and why did the Fula community in Sierra
Leone –a marginalized, Muslim, immigrant community– succeed economically in a Christian dominated and often hostile business
environment? This question is one of considerable interest for historians of Sierra Leone but also for economists and political
scientists interested in the roles played by minorities in African economies. To answer these “how” and “why” questions, Alusine Jalloh provides a detailed study of the commercial activities of the Fula in Sierra Leone, concentrating on the period 1961- 1978

   
 

3.  Sierra Leone Bishop Embraces Islam
[
By International  Islamic News Agency(IINA)]

FREETOWN (IINA): A Sierra Leonean bishop has declared that he has joined the fold of Islam, after he had seen a vision during his sleep that he was sitting with a group of Muslims, and so in the absence of any translation of the meaning of his dream, he decided to embrace Islam. He made his declaration in the presence of a representative of the Kuwait-based Africa Muslim Agency, Sheikh Musa Dambuya.

Bishop Joseph Samba Bondo began his life as a soldier, then became a missionary preacher, and was trained for his ministry at the seminary in the Sierra Leonean capital. But after he had met Sheikh Musa Dambuya, who was himself once a Christian before he embraced Islam, he changed his mind and became a Muslim.