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Group Of 77 Claims Investors Attention …Promise Disabled Job Opportunities, Others

Two foreign businesses operating in Liberia over the weekend donated coronavirus preventive related items to the Group of 77 along with several promises.
Nabil Eter, the Manager of ITTER Pharmacy and Mohammed DAhi, Manager of Cremino Inc. presented several health related materials including, face shield, mask for kids, mask tuber, flex, thermometer, drugs, among others on behalf of their companies.
The managers termed their donations as the companies’ corporate social responsibility to the state and the communities while Dahi and colleague promised to create accessible job opportunities through which persons with disabilities can make their contributions to society.
The managers also vowed to renovate the home of the Group of 77 which is in deplorable conditions.
The managers admonished other investors and managers including well-meaning citizens to direct their support to persons living with disabilities, indicating, “These people depend on us and government to survive. They are citizens of this country and they too deserve better life.”
Receiving the donation, the Group of 77 Executive Director, Wayfa F. Ciapha, appreciated the managers for the assistance and promises made to help persons with disabilities and admonished other humanitarian groups to follow suit while indicating that the challenges confronting the people with disabilities are huge.
The Group of 77 falls under the Vice President’s office and was established during the regime of President R. William R. Tolbert in 1977 through An Act in 1977 and its headquarters is located on Newport Street in Monrovia.
The Group of 77 was established and given the home by government with a sole purpose of bringing Liberians living with disabilities together in one location to get direct support from government.

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