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Andrew Jaiah Kaikai (Jaiah) is from Pujehun District, Southern Province, Sierra Leone, West Africa. He demonstrated his commitment to public service during the turbulent Civil War in Sierra Leone. He enlisted in the country’s army – serving at the front lines, and after many years of military service, he left at the rank of Lieutenant.

Holding firm to his vision of public service, he turned down many lucrative opportunities to pursue an academic career in the United States of America.


At Southwestern Assemblies of God University, Waxahachie, Texas, he served as Junior class President and completed his course work on Biblical Studies, which earned him a Bachelor’s degree. Desirous of pursuing doctoral research in theology, he was encouraged by the faculty to pursue a law degree. He read law at Suffolk University Law School in Boston, Massachusetts, and was called to the Texas Bar in November 2006.


For the past decade Andrew has served the north Texas community in criminal defense and immigration law – while remaining dedicated to the Sierra Leone community in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and to the people of Pujehun District, especially Constituency 87. From 2009 through 2016, he served as the legal adviser for the Sierra Leone People’s Party North American Chapter.


A devoted husband to Naatie for the past twenty-one years, they are role models for their three ambitious children; Timothy, Ruth and Grace. A man of faith, Andrew often reflects on God’s blessings in his life – it is this reflection and his commitment to public service that left him disheartened after a visit to his home town. Seeing decades of non-progression, Andrew convinced Naatie and the children that Constituency 87 urgently needed collective action.


Jaiah has decided to run for Parliamentary seat to represent Constituency 87 in Pujehun district, the third largest district in the country. The constituency was destroyed during the country’s civil war. Fifteen years later, it still visibly carries the scars of the civil war.


“Sierra Leone gave me the foundation to accomplish my goals – I am a public servant, and it’s time to bring A New Leadership for a Brighter Future to Constituency 87. With God’s help and the will of the people, I aspire to be the next Member of Parliament representing the good citizens of Constituency 87 in Pujehun District.”


With conviction and steadfast focus, I am asking for your support to help change the direction of Sierra Leone.


My commitment

My goal is to raise $100,000.00 by May 31, 2017.


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It declares what is important to me and expresses my challenges assumptions, fosters and commitments.