Eugene Kollie Donates to Several Institutions in Bong’s District Five Value over US$10K

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Eugene Kollie Donates to Several Institutions in Bong’s District Five Value over US$10K
Eugene Kollie Donates to Several Institutions in Bong’s District Five Value over US$10K

Africa-PressLiberia. – Team Eugine JM Kollie has made available a consignment of medical and non-medical supplies to several institutions in electoral District 5, worth more than $10, 000 United States dollars.

It’s a non-for-profit organisation supporting the representative quest of Eugine JM Kollie. Items donated include drugs to Gbartala Clinic, construction materials to the Taylor Town Clinic, 10 bags of cement to Sinatuah School in Sergeant Kollie Town, 40 bags of cement to the SDA Church in Sinyea Town and Future Leaders Institute in Gbartala received10 bags of cement and five pieces of steel rod.

Making the presentation of the items, Kollie said he was glad to identify with faith-based institutions and other relevant organizations in the district. Kollie said he felt obliged to give back to his people, especially during this economic meltdown in our economy.

“The last time, we came here and saw plenty of problemsthat we can’t solve at once here, but for me, I feel happy to look back to my people, who are the real owners of me”, Kollie said.

“Things are hard, but after we spoke to some of our friends about the situations we saw here, they listened to us, today I can proudly say, Gbartala will get a consignment of medical supplies from the United States of America valued over $ 5,000,” he said.

“We don’t have plenty and we are not the richest, but we will always try to give to our people because we feel obligated to do so”. Receiving the materials, beneficiaries lauded Kollie for the ‘timely’ intervention, and said it will leave a last memory for their institutions.

“Kollie, my son, I want to say thank you for your upport to our clinic. What you have done today will impact so many people who come to seek medical treatment here but can’t afford money to buy drugs, Musa D. Karlon, OIC of one of the beneficiary clinics said.

“This is not the first time for us to see you here helping us, and we continue to hear so many good things you are doing for our people, we want to urge you to keep helping your people,” he said.

Also speaking, Theophilus T. Natee of Taylor–ta Clinic, Elder Timothy O. Kanasuah of the SDA Church in Sinyea and Samuel O. Sinnatuah of the Sinnatuah School in SKT lauded Kollie for being sensitive to their plights.

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