As Liberia undergo a lockdown due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, some eminent citizens have embarked on the presentation of several food and non-food items to the needed.
Sekou Kesselly - a Liberian based in the United States of America is leading a massive effort in reaching out to the most vulnerable in Liberia. On Tuesday, April 21, 2020, Mr. Kesselly and Friends namely: Habibatou Sow, Matenneh Kamara, Corina Hope Zaizay, Mbalu Samoura, Mariamu Kesselly, Joman Kamara, Jobba Kesselly, Melissa Johns and Eric Diahn donated twenty (20) bags of rice and gallons of argo oil to elderly women at the Benson Street Mosque-Monrovia and Vamuma House respectively.
Presenting the donated items to the beneficiaries, Mr. Eric Pervist - a friend of Sekou said, Mr. Kesselly and his US based Friends are excited to look back during these stressful moments of our existence.
"Let's continue to obey all health measures as recommended by the National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL) and the Ministry of Health for the safety of us all", Mr. Pervist cautioned.
It can be recalled that Sekou Kesselly in March of 2020 did same with the group of 77 (disabled community) on Newport, Monrovia.
In appreciation, the elderly women lauded Mr Kesselly and Friends for such unsolicited donation to them. "We are surprised that our children in America are still sharing with us knowing the fact that the US is heavily hit by COVID-19", one of the women expressed.
The women offered prayers for the donors and petitioned God to never let the hands of all that giveth lack.
Already Liberia has recorded more than one hundred cases of confirmed COVID-19 patients, eight (8) deaths and four hundred eighty-nine (489) contacts under follow up with just seven (7) recovery.