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NIMBA COUNTY DISTRICT ONE REPRESENTATIVE HON. SAMUEL N. BROWN VISITS RURAL AGRICULTURE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT INTIATIVE (RASDI) SELF-HELP AGRICULTURE SITE, PROMISES CASH DONATION OF LD$50,000 INCLUDING OTHER ASSORTED FARMING TOOLS

For his part, The Chief Executive Officer of the Rural Agriculture Sustainable Development Initiative (RASDI) organization thanked Hon Brown for identifying with his organization and promised to use the items for its intended purpose and he also extended biggest thanks and appreciation to The One Nimba House Media Inc (Nimba D-9 TV) that continue to serve the people of Nimba and Liberia at large.
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Gompa City Nimba County Liberia: – On July 20th, 2022 The One Nimba House Media Inc (Nimba D-9 TV) brought you a live coverage from the site of Rural Agriculture Sustainable Development Initiative (RASDI) in Nimba County where The Executive Director Amos W. Konah called for help.

A view of the RASDI Farm

As you may be aware, one of the main objectives of The One Nimba House Media Inc (Nimba D-9 TV) is to help in implementing The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that has 17goals that developing countries which Liberia is of no exception should achieve by 2030. SGDs#2 says, ‘’Zero Hunger”, but what remains a big question now is with the global health crisis that has to do with COVID-19 and the Russia war against Ukraine, there are concerns if by 2030 developing countries will be able to join developed countries in achieving these goals as way of making the world a place of smiles and hopes.

Barely three weeks after Nimba D-9 TV helped to lift the voices of RASDI team on August 3, 2022 Nimba County Electoral District One Representative , Hon. Samuel N. Brown pay a one day visit to the Rural Agriculture Sustainable Development initiative Farm in Konahville community outside Gompa City where he appreciated  team RASDI and promised to providing two (2) dozen of shovels, one(1) carton of cutlasses, ten (10) bags of rice, Fifty thousand Liberia Dollars (LD$50,000, thirty (30) pieces of holes and fifteen(15) pair of rain boots.

He also promised to work with the Rural Agriculture Sustainable Development Initiative (RASDI) organization in making sure that their dreams of the organization is realize.

For his part, The Chief Executive Officer of the Rural Agriculture Sustainable Development Initiative (RASDI) organization thanked Hon Brown for identifying with his organization and promised to use the items for its intended purpose and he also extended biggest thanks and appreciation to The One Nimba House Media Inc (Nimba D-9 TV) that continue to serve the people of Nimba and Liberia at large.

Hon. Brown tours the farm

“The One Nimba House Media Inc (Nimba D-9 TV) continue to be the voice of the voiceless and hope for the hopeless as we urge this media group to keep on promoting Rural Communities Initiatives. To the team here, we have to double our steps as food security is a challenged, but we have the way and will to changing the situation for the good. Is time we remain highly focus as we see some of the results of our being together as team today. We are grateful’’ Mr. Konah explains with smiles on his face to Nyahn Flomo Jr, Nimba D-9 TV Regional Coordinator

Reporter: Nyahn Flomo Jr

Nimba D-9 TV

Regional Coordinator

Edited and posted by: Amb. Edmund C. Gbarwee

Nimba D- 9 TV

Public Health Reporter

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