Indian philanthropist and renowned businessman Mr. Upjit Singh Sachdeva was gowned on Christmas Day by jubilant residents of Cinta in Weala, Margibi County in appreciation for his continuous humanitarian works that impact their lives.
They hailed Mr. Sachdeva (Mr. Jeety) for his outstanding humanitarian gestures in Liberia, precisely Margibi County over the years.
Despite being successful in his business ventures, the citizens said Mr. SachdevaJeety has never forgotten the importance of giving back to the community and as such, the need to appreciate his philanthropic efforts can never be overemphasised.
Jeety received the honor on Christmas Day, when he and his team fed over 3,000 children in commemoration of Christmas, demonstrating his commitment to creating a positive impact on the Liberian society.
Jeety, as his usual activities also fed over 1,000 inmates with hot meal, water and soft drinks coupled with the donation of additional plates and spoons at the Monrovia Central Prison (South Beach) including several disadvantaged youths (Zogoes) in Monrovia.
Remarking during the gowning ceremony, Cinta Township Commissioner, Roland Johnson said their decision is in recognition of the good they continue to receive from the Indian business tycoon in their community.
Commissioner Johnson, speaking on behalf of the citizens furthered that their decision is in recognition of the fact that Jeety’s philanthropic efforts have not gone unnoticed by them as direct beneficiaries of his kindness.
Johnson noted that Jeety’s contributions to the welfare of the less fortunate and prisoners in Monrovia as well as the people of Weala and the country at large have already earned him respect and admiration from both locals and authorities across Margibi County.
The Commissioner further thanked Jeety and his team for the construction of Jeety Rubber LLC Factory in Weala and the installation of running water, noting that the facility has already begun boosting the local economy as well as providing thousands of jobs for the citizens of Weala and its surroundings.
He then extolled the government for creating an environment that allows investments to flourish, asserting, “Jeety Rubber LLC facility is a statement of his love and concern he has for this country and its people.”
“Hence, we from this community want to thank you Jeety and we love and appreciate all that you are doing for our country and its citizenry,” he said.
In response, Jeety thanked the citizens for the gift and honor bestowed upon him, and emphasized the need for those he described as the country’s future leader to be celebrated and catered to.
He said recognizing Christmas can be a difficult time for those who lack parental care or live in challenging circumstances, Mr. Jeery disclosed that he and his team are committed to ensuring that smiles are put on the faces of the children every big day.
To ensure that the children experience a glimmer of hope and happiness during the festive season, Jeety and his team further organized a heartwarming children’s party, ensuring that all of the kids in attendance feel the love and joy of Christmas.
Collaborating with the county’s local authorities and volunteers, Mr. Jerry further arranged the party complete with decorations, gifts, and entertainment, as the joy and smiles on the children’s faces were a testament to the impact Jeety’s gestures had on their lives.
The honor bestowed upon Jeety is a testament to his selflessness and dedication to the welfare of others and with his unwavering support for prisoners and children during holidays. Throughout the year, Jeety showcased his deep understanding of the challenges faced by some Liberians.
Furthermore, his contributions have undoubtedly left an indelible mark on the lives of those he has reached out to, serving as an inspiration for others to follow in his footsteps.