Brian Sitta Kargbo was born in 1995 in Freetown, Sierra Leone. He is currently a 2nd Year student of Peace and Conflict Studies at Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone. He is a dedicated advocate / activist for children and youths. In 2012 the Children Forum Network (CFN) awarded him a certificate of recognition for his contributions in promoting children's issues in the country. Brian is currently the president of Young Writers Sierra Leone, Coordinator of the Sierra Leone Broadcast-ing Corporation (SLBC) Voice of Children Project and Activist on Point TV Show. In 2016 he was awarded by MasterPeace Sierra Leone the first National Nelson 2016 award, named after Nelson Mandela. This has made him an international Youth Ambassador for Peace. He attended the Prince of Wales School in Freetown from 2010 to 2013/14 and served several roles: Senior Prefect, President of the Literary and Debating Society, Editor-in-Chief of the School's New Journal and Adviser of the Anti-Violence Movement Branch. In 2014 Brian won the Anti-Violence Movement National Award for BEST HEAD BOY.