LIBERIA: Margibi District #3, Representative Ellen Attoh-Wreh donates to parents of quadruplet in Kakata
By: Christopher Wiah~ GNN Correspondent~Margibi County
(Margibi, May 17, 2021): Margibi County District #3 representative Ellen Attoh-Wreh through her political officer Musa Sitting Hon has donated a bed, mattress and L$50,000 to a parents of quadruplet (Four babies) in Kakata Margibi County.
Speaking at the donation Sunday, May 16, Musa Siryon said the cash is a portion of the full payment of a year house rent for the kids and their parents.
It can be recalled that on April 25, 2021 during the Official Retreat and District Progress Report of the lawmaker, a woman identified as Famata Konneh give birth to four babies at the CH. Rennie Hospital in Kakata Margibi County.
Mr. Siryon said “My boss lady being mother of this district and someone who understands the needs of the people decision of paying house rent and buying room materials for the parents and their babies is not based on politics but is based on helping their lives”.
“She received a call from the hospital on April 25, 2021 regarding this issue of a lady giving birth to four babies, she was astonished and immediately her husband, Mr. Prince Anything Wreh viciously rush there and pay the hospital bill and also provided financial assistance to them and promised that they will do more”, he laments.
Receiving the items on behalf of the parents and the four babies, the mother and father of the quadruplet expressed total thanks and appreciation to honorable Ellen Attoh-Wreh for the level of help she has given them since she give birth.
In a related development, Hon. Attoh-Wreh made a donation of 3.7 KVA Generator to the Kakata Intellectual Forum in Kakata Margibi county.
Making the presentation of the 3.7KVA generator on behalf of the Lawmaker, district #3 Political officer Musa Siryon said, is his boss own way of identifying with the Forum and assured the honorable commitment in times to come.
Receiving the 3.7KVA Generator, the Intellectuals loaded representative Wreh for the gesture and promised to use it for the purpose intended.