For Vahwien Community, A Small Road Assistance Goes A Long Way

Seneb (in black T-Shirt with cap) helped workers who're fixing the road.

-Several saved from injuries due to falls as Malachi York Foundation helps with road conditioning

Over 1000 residents in the neighborhood of Vahwien, behind the Nigerian Embassy in Congo Town, have a reason to smile as Dr. Malachi Z.K. York Foundation has begun reconditioning of a sloppy and rocky road on which several persons have fallen and sustained injuries.

The wet Saturday of August 18, could not hold back the plan of Saqar Ahhah Ahershu, Den Tut Rayay, and Seneb Sanan Atum Rayay, three of the foundation’s representatives, who are in the country in pursuit of Government of Liberia’s re-engagement of the U.S. Government to help free Dr. Malachi Z.K. York, a Liberian Diplomat from a prolonged incarceration.

The trio, out of humanitarian gesture, saw the need to let go over US$1000 in a bid to see to it that the people in that part of Congo Town receive a good road to go about their normal activities.

Vahwien Neighborhood chair, Ezekiel Fair, expressed his delight for the Foundation’s gesture.

“Most of us have fallen here, and in most instances, sustained injuries on this rocky hill. We are so happy and appreciative that Dr. Malachi York Foundation has helped us by fixing the road with concrete bricks and other solid materials,” Fair told journalists.

He said the community’s contribution is labor force, and other local materials they can afford. “As you can see, my men are working without any request for pay,” Fair said.

Seneb Sanan Atum Rayay, making remarks on behalf of his colleagues from the Foundation, said even though they have come to seek government’s intervention in Dr. York’s long imprisonment case, the foundation is conscious of the need to help the struggling population in several aspects of life.

Rayay said Dr. York is a humanitarian and his life has always been dedicated to changing living conditions for the good.

The head of the labor team, Daniel P. Brown said within one week, it is their hope that the job will be completed. “This is our community, and we have to help by doing the job, even if we don’t receive pay,” Brown said.

Conditioning of the road is being done by laying cement bricks along with rocks in the form of stairs for the hill where vehicles are not plying for now.

The Dr. Malachi Z.K. York Foundation is a non for profit international educational and humanitarian organization with its headquarters situated at 717 Bushwick Avenue, Brooklyn, New York City, USA.


  1. I think this just another selfless example of what Dr. Malachi Z York teaches as a humanitarian for people everywhere. This man really needs to be free. Nice article.

  2. This is just one example of what the Malachi York Foundation and Nuwaupians can do for the future of Liberia , Correct the mistake Repatriate.

  3. This is outstanding without question the ethics of how culture could be to learn to care for one another. M Z York have instill or bought out the best qualities in who they are as a people. I Love it.

  4. Yes……….the Malachi Z K York Foundation is known for doing good work internationally and domestic……please bring Malachi back to Africa.

  5. How will i benefit continue to keep this habitual pattern?
    (E.g. You start an industry and complete good job.
    Hand calculators set them up in front of your office or
    your shop.


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