Internal Affairs Minister Varney Sirleaf has commended the First Lady, Clar Marie Weah, for “taking care of the country’s underprivileged.”
Minister Sirleaf made the commendation yesterday, August 9, 2018, when Madam Weah received him in audience at her Foreign Ministry offices on Capitol Hill, Monrovia, a release said.
The Internal Affairs Minister, according to the release, held a brief discussion with Madam Weah and expressed appreciation over the First Lady’s humanitarian work, especially caring for “underprivileged Liberians.”
Minister Sirleaf described Madam Weah’s initiatives as an essential boost to government’s efforts aimed at enhancing the livelihood of its people.
Sirleaf particularly named the First Lady’s support to orphanages, the construction of the old folk’s home in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County, and the program to feed the elderly in Montserrado County.
Minister Sirleaf then reaffirmed his support to the First Lady’s humanitarian initiatives across the country.
First Lady Clar Marie Weah thanked the minister for the courtesy call, and welcomed his support.
She assured Minister Sirleaf of her commitment to continue reaching out to the less fortunate in an effort to improve their living standards.