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Heavy Storm Displaced Several Families in Gleyee-Zorpea Lower Nimba County, Victims Plead For Help

“ My house got damaged completely, now I don’t have house for me and my children to live in, I am calling on people with good heart to help us with zinc, cement and other building materials so that we can rebuild our house once more”.-Yah Mehn one of the victims
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By: Joseph Kerkulah / kerkulahjoe.rkfm@gmail.com +23177-026-1924/+23188-053-6577 

Gleyee-Zorpea Nimba County Liberia: – Several persons have been made homeless and properties destroyed as a result of a heavy storm that reportedly destroyed at least ten houses in Gleyee-Zorpea Town, Lower Nimba County Liberia West Africa. Gleyee-Zorpea is located in Mehnsonnoh Administrative Districts, Nimba County Electoral District Nine and is currently represented by Prof. Johnson N. Gwaikolo.  

Home of some of the storm victims

Those houses were affected by storm on Tuesday night January 24, 2023, no lives were reported lost during the storm disaster.

The storm victims are calling on the Government Disaster Management Team and other Humanitarian Organizations and individuals to assist them rebuild their homes.

G. Gonquoi Domah is one of the storm victims, he and others spoke to our reporters in Gleyee-Zorpea pleading for assistance.

Also speaking to reporters in Gleyee-Zorpea was, a female victim Yah Mehn who lamented by saying,

Some Gleyee-Zorpea storm victim home

“ My house got damaged completely, now I don’t have house for me and my children to live in, I am calling on people with good heart to help us with zinc, cement and other building materials so that we can rebuild our house once more”.

Madam Mehn furthered narrated that to present her entire family is living in one of her relatives house.

She also confirmed to reporters that none of her family members including other storm victims sustained injury as a result of the storm disaster.

Gleyee-Zorpea is the home of Fomer Nimba County Superintendent Madame Edith Gongloe Weh, Fomer Superintendent David Dorr Cooper, Former Representative Richard M. Tingba now Deputy Minister for Operations at the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Presidential Hopeful Cllr. Saye Tiawan Gongloe including several other promising sons and daughters. This situation needs serious attention because those victims need help to rebuild their homes.  

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