A representative aspirant in Ganta, Nimba County has pledged to work with rural women, particularly in Electoral District One. peaking at a rural women program in Ganta over the weekend, Mr. Samuel N. Brown, Sr., also a businessman, told members of the group that it is about time they should be empowered to undertake worthy ventures that would bring pride to Liberia.
Mr. Brown presented fifty thousand Liberian dollars (50,000LRD) to the local women group, “Touch One; Touch All” situated in LPRC Community, Ganta, Nimba County.
Also speaking at the occasion, Nimba County District One Representative, Jeremiah Kpan Koung, also donated one hundred thousand Liberian dollars (100,000LRD) to the group and promised to work with rural women in his district.
he president of the “Touch One; Touch All” Madam Theresa Cooper, says their focus is to help with the development of Liberia. The queen for the organization, Helen Yarzue, says the ultimate dream is to transform rural women by making them productive.
Queen Yarzue continues that the group has plans to organize adult literacy program for its members and to construct an office. Both incumbent Representative Koung and aspirant Samuel Brown vowed to stand by the rural women in having their dreams achieved in the county.
By Franklin Doloquee, Nimba-Editing by Jonathan Browne