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Jeety Continues Distribution To MCC

Jeety has maintained his food distribution to the Monrovia City Corporation (MCC) by increasing the entity’s ration even though he mentioned last week that he was reducing his regular food distribution exercise to four communities in the city.
The Indian Consul General, businessman and humanitarian, Jeety, who began his delivery of food to the Corporation more than a month ago by giving out between 10 and 14 bags of 25kg rice a day, on last week announced that he was reducing his ongoing food distribution process and will also cut down on the amount as the SoE have been extended to 6 P.M.
He named Jeety Compound in Vai Town, Slipway Field, Center Street Pennoh Building and LEC Junction in Waterside as the communities that will continually receive their rations until the restrictions are totally lifted.
Jeety food distribution exercise had targeted inmates, less fortunate individuals with more and more still being reached as besides the food distribution, Jeety has also been distributing masks to hundreds of residents in Monrovia.
Some of the communities served so far in Monrovia and its environs during the previous two weeks include Vai Town, Group of 77 on Newport Street, Buchannan Street, and Mama Point Car Wash Center, Trench Town down Randall Street, Center Street, Slipway Field and Logan Town.
Even before the coronavirus, the name Jeety had become a household name to many Liberians who heard or benefited from his numerous kind gestures and there is no telling that he is going to stop anything soon as he has vowed to keep impacting the lives of poor people as long as he has the capacity to do so.

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