Residents Of Memeh Town Gratefully Receive Kimberly Moore, As She Assures Them Her Support For Better Life

kim3Jubilance residents of Memeh Town, in rural Montserrado County today, September 6, 2016 received one of kimAmerica’s respected humanitarians, Kimberly Moore who is in the Country along with another American Professor as guests of the Founder of the New Dimension of Hope (NDH).

kim1The Founder of the NDH, Mr. Ebenezer Norman who himself was overwhelmed of the level of enthusiasm being exhibited by the residents of the area, held talks with chiefs, elders and youth groups while Madam Moore and her counterpart also held talks with women and young girls explaining the importance of education.

kim5For his part, Mr. Norman said he was pleased with the people of the area for providing him a parcel of land to build a boarding school in the area and also help in the transformation of their lives by providing those basic needs that are lacking.

kim6As Madam Moore and her counterpart tour the Memeh Town community which has the population of over 3,000 inhabitants, residents of the town joyously sang and danced traditional songs for their visitors who themselves despite of the cultural differences also danced with their new friends (Liberian Traditional Women).

kim10The meeting between the visitors and the citizens of Memeh Town went well as applauds and clapping from the citizens went on continuously, while the visitors themselves could not withhold their joyous feelings as their visit became colorful and overwhelming.

kim13Speaking to the GNN, Mother Fata Morris Potent whose father (Old Man Memeh) established the town in 1905, expressed gratitude and appreciation to Madam Moore and her team for coming to the rescue to her people, noting, v2“Words are inadequate to express for coming to our town. We are happy for Mr. Norman to bring education to our doors in order for our children to go to school,” Madam Potent speaking told her guests.

v3Dozens of young girls as young as fifteen years old have given birth and have dropped out of school due to the lack of support, while others who have not gone through these unfortunate situations (Pregnancies) called on Madam Moore to help them get back to school

Madam Moore speaking to the women and young girls assured them her support for girls’ education, stressing, “With the arrangement between Mr. Norman and myself we will do our best to rescue you from poverty by making sure that young women and girls receive sound education,” she told the group during her interaction with them.

The Memeh Town lacks basic social services including safe drinking water, toilets and school to have their children to be in school and do away with those things that will drag them down.

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Joel Cholo Brooks is a Liberian journalist who previously worked for several international news outlets including the BBC African Service. He is the CEO of the Global News Network which publishes two local weeklies, The Star and The GNN-Liberia Newspapers. He is a member of the Press Union Of Liberia (PUL) since 1986, and several other international organizations of journalists, and is currently contributing to the South Africa Broadcasting Corporation as Liberia Correspondent.