The Seven-Day Adventist or SDA Church Mission in Liberia has broken ground for the construction of a 16 Class-room block, with a projected cost at US$175,000 in Ganta, Nimba County.
The ground breaking ceremony brought together some executives of the SDA Mission including Nimbaians.
Speaking at the ceremony over the week-end at the Jacob Town Community outside of Ganta, Nimba County Credit Union Association Chairman Mr. Amos G.Suah thanked the SDA Mission for the level of development they are involved with at the county level.
He turned the project as a release for parents.
For his part, SDA Liberia Mission President Mr. Peter W.K. Zenway told our Nimba County correspondent that the 16 classrooms project when completed will help to accommodate more students thereby reducing the number of street youths.
Also speaking at the ground breaking ceremony, the SDA District Pastor for both Grand Gedeh and Nimba Counties lamented that the SDA Mission has been involved with building missions across the country.
He said the coming of this mission into Ganta will help complement government’s efforts in the educational sector.-Edited by Othello B. Garblah