Clergyman Wants Support for Less Fortunate, Others


The founder and senior pastor of the Liberty Christian Outreach has called on Government and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) for consolidated support to less fortunate and street children in the country.

According to Apostle Abraham S. Senneh, local and international NGOs need to work with government to help remove children from the streets. If that were not done, their future would remain uncertain, he said.

The Liberia Christian Outreach minister made these assertions at the end of a four-day conference of the Liberia Christian Women of Life International (LCWLI), held in partnership with the Franconia Church Celford, USA.

The conference was held at the Bethel Sanctuary of Faith Church in Mount Barclay, Montserrado County.

Apostle Senneh, who is also the supervisor of the LCWLI, said the children are the future leaders of the country and as such, they should be given all necessary protections and benefits that are due them.

He noted that helping the children in this country will be a blessing because they would desist from all forms of negative behavior.

“As we all know, the children are in the streets doing all kinds of bad things; so we need an organization that will help government to smoothly do this work,” he averred.

The Liberian clergyman said the aim of the conference was to encourage and help less fortunate people, especially children who are orphans due to the deadly Ebola outbreak in Liberia.


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