Seray Kallon

Country: Sierra Leone

Seray Kallon Miss Sierra Leone Utah 2020

Hello my name is Seray, I enjoy moonlight stroll on the beach, red roses by the armful and singing.

Just kidding! I’m not a fan of any of those things,(expect singing….praising my God). More seriously my kids and friends would describe me a easy going, good mom, love to pray, hard working, friendly, a peace maker, and love to help people. But can be very stubborn and Perseverance.

I live in Draper Utah, I’m a single mom of three beautiful girls, I’m currently not in school. But I’m planning to go back for a pastoral degree. I know and I believe God has called me to preach his words or good news, heal the sick, set the captives free, help the poor and heal the broken hearted in Jesus name.

I want to Pursuit Righteousness. I was born in Liberia but raise in Sierra Leone by a single mom. I have two siblings a brother and a sister I’m the middle child, I came to the United States as a refugee in 2005, so I can have a better life to help my family. I went to West high school,I have been on my own from since I was 16 years old.

I live in Utah for two years, moved to Chicago after high school, all I wanted was a family so I moved in with my kids dad’s family and live with them as my family.Sometimes things don’t turn out the way you expect but God always have a plan,Couple years later my kids dad changed and become very abusive and he started beating me up and mistreating me. So I had to leave him and moved back to Utah to start a new life with my kids.

I drove from Indianapolis with my kids to Utah, we live at the shelter called the road home, life was really bad but I had to stay positive and be prayerful and trusting in God. I remember when we first came and looked at was in the face get to the road home down town, the look on my daughters face. They were so sad ,they look at me and say mommy is this where we really going to stay, it was really bad but I didn’t have no other choice but I said to them yes. I can’t cry before them because I don’t want them to see me have a melt down because I was their only strength and hope. So I talk to them and make them understand what was going on in our life that moment in time. That same day we arrived in Utah, I had car accident I total my car but thanks be to God, we were all ok. I never cry in front of them, I was very happy around them. When I go to school and I’m all alone, that’s when I cry. But my kids even though they’re young but you’re very strong and wise kids. I’m so blessed to have as my beautiful daughters and my hero, they pray for me all the time.

We stay at the road home for a month and a half because we didn’t have no family or where to stay, but I’m thankful for the life experience,That makes me become a very strong, wise and responsible mother, God always show up when you need him or when you don’t expect it that moment of time in your life. God make a way, I had a job and a beautiful apartment.My life just begun I’m so excited to see what the future holes for my beautiful smart intelligent daughters and I. I want to use my story to change someone’s life, give them back their self-esteem. There’s always hope for the future.

Sierra Leone (/siˌɛrə liˈn(i)/, UK also /siˌɛərə -/), officially the Republic of Sierra Leone, informally Salone, is a country on the southwest coast of West Africa. It has a tropical climate, with a diverse environment ranging from savanna to rainforests. The country has a total area of 71,740 km (27,699 sq mi) and a population of 7,075,641 as of the 2015 census. Sierra Leone is a constitutional republic with a directly elected president and a unicameral legislature. Sierra Leone has a dominant unitary central government. The president is the head of state and the head of government. The country’s capital and largest city is Freetown. Sierra Leone is made up of five administrative regions: the Northern ProvinceNorth West ProvinceEastern ProvinceSouthern Province and the Western Area. These regions are subdivided into sixteen districts.