Margibi County District #4 Representative, Ben A. Fofana has donated one hundred and fifty (150) bags of cement worth US$1,500.00 to a religious group under the banner “Liberia Fellowship of Full Gospel Ministers and Churches” in the County.
The donation is in fulfillment of a promise the Lawmaker made to that religious body early this month at the start of his appreciation program which begins with the Muslim and Christian groups before spreading to the rest of the Communities. Hon. Fofana is appreciating individuals and organizations that supported his second term bid in the County.
The Chief of Office Staff to the Lawmaker, Jerry Sumo making the presentation on behalf of his boss and the appreciation committee said the chairperson of the Liberia Fellowship of Full Gospel Ministers and Churches in the appreciation meeting informed Hon. Fofana that the Organization is about to start the construction of a modern Library in Kakata, adding that it is from that backdrop the Offices of Hon. Fofana in collaboration with the appreciation committee made the donation.
“Today is the 17th of May 2018, we have come to fulfill the commitment that was made by Hon. Fofana to the Liberia Full Gospel Fellowship Margibi Chapter under the leadership of Rev. Eddie Seyboe Gbarngawoe” he explained.
Mr. Sumo noted that at the start of the appreciation program which started with the religious communities it was observed that while thanking the people, there were problems emanating as such; the committee almost served as a figure that was identifying and solving problems.
According to him, the hundred and fifty bags of cement is the Lawmaker’s initial contribution to the process. He said over the years they have observed that the religious communities in the District and the County have always been doing well in the political livelihood of the Representative something he said any project the offices of Hon. Fofana sees the religious communities (Christian and Muslim) undertaking, it is incumbent upon them to make the necessary contribution in making sure their dreams are realized.
Mr. Sumo, therefore, said he believes that the Library when constructed; will be used by everyone including Christians and Muslims.
The Co-chair of Liberia Fellowship of Full Gospel Ministers and Churches Margibi branch, Pastor Bobby Logan receiving the 150 bags of cement on behalf of the Organization, thanked the Margibi Lawmaker for the gesture and promised that it will be used for the purpose intended.
He further said this is the time for the Full Gospel as it wants to empower the youths, the students and even Pastors thus promising to encourage everyone to make it their business to make use of the Library when constructed.
Pastor Logan prayed that God helps them achieve their goal in that they will not put the people to shame but rather make sure they fulfill what they promised to do.