The Bong County-based Nancy Moye Foundation has sharply reacted to claims by a citizen of the county, Emmanuel Diabolo, that it is supported through the National budget.
Speaking to the New Dawn Bong County correspondent in Gbarnga, the Nancy Moye Foundation’s Public Relations Officer Steve Kennedy said Mr. Diablo’s claims that the foundation was receiving funds from government, have caused serious embarrassment to the entity in the county.
Mr. Kennedy said the comment also caused the foundation’s partners to suspend their support.
He regretted the inability of Mr. Diabolo to ensure justice to his conscience by failing to research his information before taking to the airwaves, wondering why a man with a master’s degree would choose not to read and adequately comprehend any line item of the national budget engaging in public discussions.
Recently, Mr. Emmanuel Diabolo, who works with the Ministry of Education in Bong County appeared on a local radio station in Gbarnga, claiming that the Nancy Moye Foundation was supported by the government.
But he later reappeared on the same radio to publicly apologized. He said he did not have any evidence of his previous claims and asked for forgiveness.
The Nancy Moye Foundation is a financial institution that provides assistance to business women, and is owned and operated by Mrs. Nancy Moye- wife of Bong County Electoral District Number Two Representative Prince Moye.
By Papa Morris from Gbarnga, Bong County