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Jeety Fetes Liberians On 26 Day

By Bill W. Cooper
Liberia celebrated its Independence Day with great jubilation as renowned philanthropist, Upjit Singh Sachdeva, brought joy to the hearts of no less than 1314 inmates at the Monrovia Central Prison, and thousands of Zogoes, in a trademark act of kindness.
The Indian business tycoon, who also popularly known as Jeety, also identified with over one thousand children, through the distribution of cooked meals and toys at his Jeety Rubber LLC facility in Weala, Margibi County.
The event, which took place on July 26, 2023, in commemoration of the country’s 176th independence, was a powerful reminder of the spirit of compassion and unity that continues to thrive in the nation.
Jeety, known for his selfless contributions to society, fed the inmates with cooked jollof rice, chicken, soft drinks, and water at the prison facility, thereby filling them with hope, laughter, and renewed optimism.
In his opening speech, Jeety emphasized the importance of second chances and the power of redemption, instilling hope in the captive audience as he reiterated his call to follow business magnates to emulate his work for the betterment and well-being of inmates.
Additionally, Jeety’s commitment to the welfare of the inmates extended beyond just festivities, as he has, on numerous occasions, identified with the inmates through the provision of eating plates or bowls, running water, and other essential materials.
Jeety, personally listening to their stories, offered words of encouragement, emphasized the importance of inclusivity, and vowed to continue supporting marginalized populations across the country.
Meanwhile, in a separate celebration, Jeety’s humanitarian efforts were also extended to the marginalized community in Liberia (Zogoes), at the Pelham building on Center Street in Monrovia, where thousands of Zogoes, many of whom are homeless or living in extreme poverty, were fed.
In a related development, Jeety’s team also organized a feast for thousands of children in Weala, Margibi County, where his multimillion Rubber factory project is situated, and distributed food and toys amongst the kids.
The festivities began in the afternoon as community dwellers, volunteers and organizers arrived, transforming the environment into a vibrant carnival-like atmosphere. Colorful decorations adorned the premises, and a stage was set up for various performances and speeches.
As the clock struck evening, the air was filled with anticipation as Jeety made his grand entrance, accompanied by a group of his staff and media practitioners, and was greeted with thunderous applause from the kids and their parents.
The event featured an array of engaging activities tailored to uplift the spirits of the children, as some kids did live performances through dancing and singing to entertain the crowd.
The initiative carried on by Jeety, on Liberia’s Independence Day celebration, has now become a beacon of hope for inmates at South Beach, Liberian children, and Zogoes, as they were able to enjoy a day of celebration and camaraderie.
The impact of Jeety’s initiatives extended far beyond the confines of a single day. The Independence Day celebrations have become a catalyst for change, inspiring individuals and communities to come together in the pursuit of a brighter future.
Jeety’s dedication to empowering the incarcerated and marginalized populations served as a reminder that everyone deserves a chance at redemption, and a life filled with dignity.

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