U.S.-based Liberians launch agricultural program
A Liberian residing in Pennsylvania, the United States of America has launched the African Agriculture Green Revolution Union, Inc., a worldwide organization that aims to create jobs in Liberia and across Africa.
Bishop Joseph Wulu Doe, founder and chairman, launched the organization recently in Pennsylvania City with his wife, Mrs Belinda Denise Doe, serving as Co-founder.
A dispatch from the U.S. says with the Federal Government of the United States as partner, the organization seeks to create jobs for about four million Liberians in the agriculture industry and other areas.
Bishop Doe says he looks forward to putting some two billion people to work across Africa with headquarters to be established in Monrovia, Liberia.
He discloses plan to construct a technical community college in Ziahtown, Konobo Statutory Distrct, Grand Gedeh County, his birth place in Liberia.
Bishop Doe acquired his primary education at the Albert Memorial Institute or AMI, now Konobo Central High School, which the couple subsequently sponsored for many years under the administration Mr. Joseph Taryou as Principal.
He and his wife Mr. Doe are expected to head a U.S. delegation shortly to Monrovia to formally launch the organization in Monrovia in a ceremony that is expected to be graced by President George Manneh Weah, according to the dispatch.