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jeety Continues Humanitarian Gesture

The India Consul General in Liberia, Jeety is continuing with his humanitarian gestures with the food distribution exercise to several communities in Monrovia and its environs.
Before extending to other communities from Vai Town, the likes of Slipway, Trench Town on Randall Street, Pelham Building on Center Street, Broad Street, King Gray in Paynesville, and 24th Street Community near the Beach in Sinkor among others were all beneficiaries.
However, more gestures are in the pipeline to follow in the coming days or weeks. The foodstuffs distributed by the Indian Humanitarian includes bowl of meal (rice and soup plus water) were served to each individual or underprivileged community dwellers in Monrovia and its surroundings.
This has been Jeety’s way of identifying with residents of those communities during this pandemic period of the coronavirus. He vowed to continue with the exercise during the ongoing State of Emergency until the virus is finally kicked out of Liberia.
Jeety’s gesture has fed over thousands of people, mainly wayward people known as Zogos as the process started since March. Well known for his philanthropic work, Jeety has been involved with several food distributions individually and has a group of the Indian Community in Liberia.
The Indian Community had also donated some vehicles as well as medical supplies to the 14th Military Hospital of the Liberian Army located in Schefflin Township, Margibi County. The Monrovia City Corporation (MCC) has also benefitted from Jeety’s countless kind gestures.
With that, the beneficiaries have lauded Jeety for his sense of humor during this critical time for coming to their assistance timely.

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