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Bishop Donyen Gives Preventive Materials

As the Coronavirus plague continues to ravish the world, the Bishop of the Independent Catholic Church of Liberia (ICCL) Nimely Jackobly Donyen, in partnership with the Compassion for Life based in America has given residents of the Township of Johnsonville COVID-19 Prevention materials.
Beneficiaries of the materials which included several hand-washing facet buckets along with cartons of tide soap and chloride are, Wein; Nickley; Jacob; Pepperwu; Kpelle; Garflehn; Towns. Others are Peace Island; Mount Barclay; New Israel; Christian Community; Red Hill, Rehab as well as Grass Field Communities including the youths, Police Depots and market places among others.
Speaking at the presentation ceremony at the Cheerful Givers High School (CGHS) in lower Johnsonville in District # 2 Montserrado County over the weekend, Bishop Donyen disclosed that the gesture was in response to a request made by Jackson C. Nyepan, Chairman/ Council Chairmen of the Township of Johnsonville.
“When I received the request, I immediately contacted the Compassion for Life, and as such, my partners responded promptly by sending US$3,000.00 which was used for the purchase of the materials,” he explained.
He then lauded the donors for their continuous contributions to the people of the communities especially in the midst of the prevailing health crisis saying that the people are also in need of food as the pandemic is affecting the economy of the country.
“We are aware that the situation is a global menace but if you are able to help my people with food which is in serious demand will highly be appreciated,” the ICCL Bishop stated.
Responding to the gesture, Jackson C. Nyepan, Chairman/ Council of Chairmen of the Township of Johnsonville lavished praises on the Bishop and the Compassion for Life for timely providing the requisite materials that will enable the residents of the 27 communities to carry out the government’s pronounced health protocols mainly the hand-washing aspect and other preventive protocols.
He also appealed to the Compassion for Life to help them with food adding that the people are asking him daily to solicit assistance in that direction as the majority of the people can hardly afford the commodity during this crisis.
Council Chairman Nyepan then stated that the partnership between the Clergyman and Compassion for Life has brought some level of relief to many residents of the communities because of the numerous projects it has undertaken in the areas.“During the Ebola outbreak, Bishop Donyen helped us in same manner and beside that, he is currently running a school here at low cost and providing micro loans to marketers among other projects.Madam Sharon Bestman/Superintendent of Peace City Market, Abraham Dulley, Youth Spokesperson and Madam Esther Boakai, Palm Bush Market said that they were delighted for the donation which is critical to the prevention of the COVID-19 virus attesting that this donation did not come as a surprise because in time of difficulties he always lobbied with his partners and provided what we needed.“They are our friends in need, so we consider them as our partners in progress,” they maintained.

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