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A Female Liberian Humanitarian & Family Identified With Some Elderly, Churches and Schools in Nimba

The school is challenge when it comes to payment of school fees, most of the parents don’t have the means of paying their children school fees because most of them are battling with some health issues at the Gompa Rehab where they are undergoing treatment. The Principal concluded by asking Mrs. Veronica Grimes and her family to always think about the school and the school will be expecting their continuous support.
Veronica Grimes

By: Mellish Gbor / Reporter Nimba D-9 TV/gbormellish20@gmail.com/+231888186200/+231778050970

Gompa, Nimba County Liberia: – A Female Liberian Humanitarian Mrs. Veronica Grimes and her family have identified with some Senior Citizens (The Elderly) at the Gompa United Methodist Church and Grace United Methodist Church in Gompa City Nimba County by providing over 75 bags of 25kg rice and soup kind as she and her husband observed their sixth (6th) wedding anniversary.

 Mrs. Grimes speaking to Nimba D-9 TV during the donation said, she and her family are always going out to celebrate their wedding anniversary, but this year they decided giving back to some Senior Citizens (The Elderly) at the Gompa United Methodist Church and Grace United Methodist Church including GWR Community School in Gompa City Nimba County.  She furthered narrated that she once attended the GWR Community School in Gbessilla during her stayed in Liberia. She added that it was the Church teaching, blessings and prayers that made her who she is today. At the same time she appreciated the church leadership for always taking care of them and pleaded that they continue their good work. Mrs. Grimes also distributed other materials but not limited to drinking cups, copy books, ink pens, pencils, bath soap and book bags to some students at GWR School, The Churches and later appreciated the Gbessilla school staff with USD$100 as way of encouraging them for their tireless efforts in serving their community.

“I am a former student of the Gbessilla GWR Community School and giving back as we have always done is not a show up but a way to equally motivate our many good citizens here and around the world to jump in and help someone. Again I am calling and asking other permanent sons and daughters of this community, Nimba and Liberia at large, humanitarians, local NGOs including those in the Diaspora to follow suit. Let me make it clear that our donations are far from politics’’ said Madame Grimes.

Grading Nimba D-9 TV, Madame Grimes said Nimba D-9 TV is a very professional media institution as her first time interacting with them she grade them A and she urging everyone who needs a media coverage to do business with Nimba D-9 TV.

She concluded by extending olive branch to Nimba County Electoral District One (1) Representative Samuel N. Brown for his many good community development and welcomes him if he needs she and her family support for the upcoming 2023 elections.

Rev. Aaron O. Yankee

In response, Rev. Aaron O. Yankee Gompa District Superintendent of The United Methodist Church appreciated for and on behalf of the churches huge donation from Mrs. Veronica Grimes and her family as he promised that they will be used for its intended purposes.

Rev James Y. Korlorblee

Rev. James Y. Korlorblee Pastor in charge of the Grace United Methodist Church in Rehab Community in Gompa City, Nimba County appreciated the Grimes family for all they continue to do for the churches.

P. Allen Dolo

While Mr. P. Allen Dolo, Principal of the GWR Community School in Gbessilla Town Nimba County welcomed Mrs. Veronica Grimes at her own school and appreciated her for coming to see the school she once attended.  The Principal said he’s so excited to see his students receiving such donation from the Grimes family. He furthered added that the school is challenge when it comes to payment of school fees, most of the parents don’t have the means of paying their children school fees because most of them are battling with some health issues at the Gompa Rehab where they are  undergoing treatment. The Principal concluded by asking Mrs. Veronica Grimes and her family to always think about the school and the school will be expecting their continuous support.

You can follow live broadcast of Mrs. Grime through this link: https://fb.watch/hr0HkN1rGw/?mibextid=RUbZ1f

You can follow live donation to the school by Mrs. Grimes through this link: https://fb.watch/hr0J-IPWXY/?mibextid=RUbZ1f You can follow live donation to the churches by Mrs. Grimes through this link: https://fb.watch/hr0NiCl0ZV/?mibextid=RUbZ1f

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