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Jeety Reduces Food Distribution To 4 Communities

The Indian Consul General, businessman and humanitarian, Jeety, has reduced his ongoing food distribution exercise to four communities in Monrovia as the government lessens restrictions which extended the State of Emergency from 3P.M. to 6P.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.
Along with the food distribution, Jeety also distributed facemasks to hundreds of residents recently in Monrovia as part of his efforts in fighting the coronavirus (COVID-19) that has ravaged or destroyed the economy of the entire globe.
Sources close to the philanthropist said that at the start of the distribution process the businessman was preparing between 10 and 14 bags of 25kg rice a day but will cut down on the amount as the SoE has been extended.
The distribution process had been going on little over three weeks with several communities, inmates, less fortunate individuals numbering in tens of thousands being served, with more to be reached as the exercise progresses.
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 Mamba Point Car Wash Center, Trench Town down Randall Street, Center Street, Slipway Field and Logan Town.
Prior to the outbreak of 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.
Well known for his philanthropic work, Jeety has been involved with several distributions individually and as a group; like when he headed the Indian Community donation of some vehicles and other medical items to the 14 Military Hospital in Margibi County.
writes Ignatius Sackor

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