A group of Ganta residents under the banner “Friends of Sam Brown Network” is gaining momentum in the commercial hub of Nimba County.
On Sunday, October 23, groups of girls commended the movement by presenting it an award for supporting youth activities across Ganta.
Spokespersons for the groups said the “Friends of Sam Brown Network” repeatedly supported them with sporting materials and basic foodstuff when the district participated in the just-ended district league.
“We are very happy for your tireless efforts to help the young people to become united,” said Serena Daniel.
The “Friends of Sam Brown Network” is involved in advocacy, youth empowerment and also empowers Ganta communities to keep their respective surroundings clean.
In the recent district tournament, some of the teams praised the “Friends of Sam Brown Network” for the help it afforded them to participate in the tournament.
The head of the Network, Adada Smith, said their advocacy is to help young people to remain in the classroom and to realize their full academic potential.
Meanwhile, Mr. Smith said the Network is undertaking a massive clean-up campaign across Ganta ahead of this year’s Christmas celebration.
Mr. Brown, in whose honor the Network is named, is a Nimbaian who owns a chain of businesses across the county.