CEO Cllr. Kuku Younger Dorbor and some Beneficiaries with children

Several Male children Benefit from Free Circumcision in District #3 Montserrado County

The Dr. Swaray Medical and Surgical Clinic, Medicover  Clinic Annex III, Barclay  Mission District #3 was a colorful scene on Saturday Morning, August 19, 2023 when hundreds of baby mothers coverged at the medical centers with their male children to be circumcised by trained medical practitioners.

The mothers were seen jubilating with their children praising District #3 Montserrado County Representative Candidate Kuku Yongor Dorbor for what they described as a great help ever in the lives of their children.

“What Cllr. Dorbor has done for our children will forever be remembered because we were finding it difficult to get money for us to carry out this process, see my son is five years old and today he has been circumcised through the Dorbor’s Foundation where poor woman like was going to get twenty five United States Dollars from for my son to be circumcised,” one of the beneficiaries lamented in tears.

The parents lauded Cllr. Kuku Y. Dorbor for the initiative stressing that it has brought them a great relief from the worries of finding money to circumcise their children in this economic crisis faced by every citizens of the country.

Some of the beneficiaries disclosed that this is not the first time they are benefiting from the Dorbor’s Foundation, according to them, the foundation was the brain behind their graduation from high school some years back when they could not afford to sponsor themselves to the completion of their high education.

Speaking further, they were quick to mention that they are of the conviction that when Cllr. Dorbor is elected comes October 10, 2023 district number three in Montserrado County will experience a great transformation, stressing that Cllr. Dorbor is always seeking for ways to assist the people of the district through different initiatives.

Speaking in an interview at the Dr. Swaray Medical and Surgical Clinic, Medicover  Clinic Annex III, Barclay  Mission District #3, the CEO of the Dorbor’s Foundation, Cllr. Kuku Youngor Dorbor disclosed that the initiative cost over three to five hundred thousand Liberian Dollars.

She noted that the initiative was made possible through some of her partners who she asked to assist her people with some medical outreach for the less fortunate people of the district to get some medical attention. According to her, she was even surprised at the huge attendance, noting that she felt at this time many people have circumcised their children.

She praised Mr. Thomas Morris, the CEO of the Redemption Investment Group who made a medical supplies donation valued over five hundred United States Dollars to assist in the process, she added that the donation is a life impacting one that will go a long way in the lives of the beneficiaries.

The Montserrado County District #3 candidate noted that the initiative is not about election, but having the mind to help people is her passion and she is always willing to assist other people who are in need as long as God can blessed her, she must be able to bless those who are in dying needs.

She concluded by calling on the voters of District #3 Montserrado County to support her in the election process, stressing that when she win comes October 10, 2023 health and other developmental initiative will be the halt mark of her leadership and people of the district will feel what a real representation is in this contemporary time.

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  1. Mark says

    I’d pay a year’s salary rather than be circumcised or have my son circumcised. Why would I want the most sensitive and pleasurable parts cut off? That little bit of skin makes a big difference (it’s not just there to protect the glans). All males are born with it for a reason.

    Drops in male circumcision since 1950:
    USA: from 90% to around 60%
    Canada: from 48% to 32%
    UK: from 35% to about 5% (about 1-2% among non-Muslims)
    Australia: 85% to below 10% (“routine” circumcision is now *banned* in public hospitals in all states except one)
    New Zealand: 95% to below 3% (mostly Samoans and Tongans)
    South America and Europe: never above 5%

  2. Ronald Goldman, PhD says

    CIrcumcision is not a benefit. Studies show that is causes long-term sexual and traumatic psychological harm. Countries that practice circumcision avoid these facts and create cultural myths. The foreskin has vearious functions including contributing to sexual pleasure, I have written two books and created a website about the harm of circumcision with hundreds of references. It takes courage to not conform to cultural practices. Most people do not have it. Consequently, they pass on the pain to the next generation.

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