Montserrado County District Six Representative Samuel Enders has received the 2019 African Achievers Award in humanity. The Montserrado County Representative was presented the award by organizers recently in Freetown Sierra Leone.
According to the African Achievers Award Organizers, Rep. Enders selection was based on his contributions to the fight against Ebola in 2013 and his numerous contributions to the education and health sectors of his country over the years.
They made particular reference to the establishment of the African Dream Academy and the African dream clinic which is serving thousands of citizens in Montserrado County.
Sierra Leone First Lady, Fatima Maada Bio presented Rep. Enders and other winners of the prestigious awards commending them for their respective roles played in helping to reshape the African society.
Responding to the award, Representative Samuel Enders praised the organizers for the recognition, as he describes the award as a surprise.
Rep. Enders said he was grateful that his work in Liberia was being recognized and appreciated by international organizations.
Speaking to The Monrovia Times, Rep. Enders said the honor is a wakeup call for him to do more humanitarian work for the people of district six and Montserrado County.
He used the occasion to call on Liberians to desist bad mouthing their country on social media, as the rest of the world is watching.
The African Achievers Award launched in 2014, honors individuals from diverse sectors including Leadership, Entertainment, Advocacy, Education and Business.
Liberia’s Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor is also a recipient of the award.