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UBAL Pres. Seeks Better Opportunities

By Bill W. Cooper
The President of the United Blind Association of Liberia (UBAL), Wilson Geewon, is seeking humanitarian organizations and National government to create the necessary opportunities that will better their lives.
Geewon who believes that Disability not inability says, what is lacking in the disable community in Liberia is the creation of opportunities; noting that they as disables have the potential to improve their living standards once they are empowered.
The United Blind Association of Liberia President made remark when he received several bags of 25kg rice and mattresses from the Billionaire Social and Athletic Club over the weekend.
Earlier, the President of the Billionaire Social and Athletic Club Dester Waygbeh said it was his institution decision to identify with the less fortunate folks during these critical times of lives.
According to Waygbeh, Charity is one of the pillars of their organization as such, they are under obligation to give to those that are in need.
The Charity engagement carried out by the Billionaire Social and Athletic Club members to include Winita Weiah Tarr, Co-Chair of the Board, Pernecy B. Nyankun, Vice Chair for Administration and Chair of the Charity Committee as well as Christopher Simmonds Co- Chair of the Board and member of the Charity Committee among others.

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