Representative Prince K. Moye, Another GNN-Liberia Personality Of The Week

Representative Prince K. Moye
Representative Prince K. Moye

This week our personality profile slot has captured a member of the Liberian House of Representatives; his services to Liberia and its people will today be featured on this page.

Born unto the union of Mr. and Mrs. Sumo Moye on the 27th of December, 1975 in Jorquelleh District Bong County, Prince K. Moye, Sr. is currently and skillfully representing the people of that district with admirations due to his high level of human relationship amongst his kinsmen.

FLASH BACK: Edward Dagoseh and the House's Chairman and Co-Chairman of the Ways, Means, Finance and Development Planning, Reps. Prince Moye and Jeremiah Koung – “Legislature Approve US$556M Budget”
FLASH BACK: Edward Dagoseh and the House’s Chairman and Co-Chairman of the Ways, Means, Finance and Development Planning, Reps. Prince Moye and Jeremiah Koung – “Legislature Approve US$556M Budget”

 “Price” as he is affectionately calls by many of colleagues in that august House of Representatives had a humble beginning, growing up in the village and cared for by both parents who lived on farming.

Due to his numerous contributions to the wellbeing of his people in his district and beyond without border, young Moye at his youthful age started a small-scale business at a tender age around 12 years.

Rep Moye with his legislative colleagues, apparently dliberating on the House's budget
Rep Moye with his legislative colleagues, apparently dliberating on the House’s budget

Being anxious for his academic pursuit, young Prince K. Moye begin his early education in the late 80’s and gradually enrolled at the William V. S. Tubman Gray High School, where he graduated in 1999   with a high school diploma.

Following these achievements, he matriculated at the Cuttington University in Suakoko, Bong County in 2001 where graduated with a bachelor degree in Public Administration in 2005.

Not being pleased, he subsequently continued his studies until he earned himself a Master of Arts degree in Public Administration from the Cuttington University Graduate School in Monrovia in 2009, and also earned for himself a post graduate diploma in Advanced Goods and Equipment Procurement from Nelspruit, South Africa.

Hon. Moye has served in many prestigious positions, including his well-respected assignment as Chair of the governing Unity Party 2016 National Convention and a staunch businessman in Gbarnga, Bong County; and several administrative positions he held at Cuttington University including Cafeteria Manager and Director of Procurement.

In keeping with his strong passion and love for his people, the young visionary was popularly nominated and contested the position of Representative, Jorquelleh District 2 in the 53rd National Legislature, a position which he won with overwhelming support.

At the National Legislature, he has continued to faithfully serve his nation and people with undivided commitment. Noteworthy, he has also served as a member of the Committee on Ways, Means, and Finance of the House of Representatives.

Hon. Moye is happily married to Mrs. Nancy N.D. Moye, and this union is blessed with three children:  Princess, Henrique, and Prince K. Moye, Jr.

His Fight Against Ebola

As a true humanitarian, Hon. Moye through his office was very instrumental in the signing of an agreement between his office on behalf of his district and the African Fundamental Baptist Mission Clinic (AFBMC) on April 24, 2015   to Provide Mobile Health Services for citizens of Jorquelleh District.

Under this agreement, the district through his initiative provided an ambulance plus 30 gallons of gas monthly, with US$ 600 .00 for the provision of essential drugs, to the AFBMC as support for the implementation of the project.

For this project, four catchment areas were identified where these services were skillfully conducted including Manowainsue, Lehleh, and Beletetetanla, and also extended to Gbenequelleh.

In addition to the above provision through the mobile health team, Honorable Moye made several meaningful donations in an effort to tackle the Ebola pandemic.

In furthering his humanitarian with his people during the height of the deadly Ebola virus outbreak, Hon. Moye also with his team from his district visited several communities and groups distributing anti Ebola kits which included buckets, soap, chorine, and related materials.

His Concern For Education

Being cognizant of the importance of education, our personality of the week has also remained a major contributor to the educational sector, not only making an impact to his home district,  Jorquelleh, but also  building the capacity of the citizens of Bong County and Liberia as a whole, and has also provided several scholarships to deserving students in his County who have overwhelmingly completed studies at the Cuttington University in Suakoko Bong County.

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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.