U.S. Charity Honors Liberian Journalist

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The Tree of Life Ministries International (TOLMI) in the United States of America has presented a certificate of honor to Alfred Gezaye, a practicing Liberian journalist for his “voluntary contribution” to that institution and the people of Liberia.
A dispatch from TOLMI said, as a volunteer, Journalist Gezaye conducts project management, logistic and business on behalf of TOLMI’s activities in Liberia.
The founder and executive director of TOLMI, Dr. LaTonya McRae, said the committed and efficient involvement of Journalist Gezaye has been second to none.
The certificate noted that the TOLMI and its Board of Directors are continuously praying for the health, safety, strength and success of Mr. Gezaye and his family.
TOLMI is a non-profit charitable organization founded in 2004 to engage in conducting retreats, missions and ministry events and projects.
TOLMI’s goal is to produce, promote and maintain the spiritual, physical and emotional wellbeing of humankind.
Alfred Gezaye has for the past 11 years worked as a Broadcast and print journalist in Liberia and holds certificates in both print and broadcast journalism from the Jeri School of Journalism in Monrovia.
The honoree is presently majoring in Political Science with Mass Communications as his minor at the University of Liberia.
He had earlier received other certificates in the field of general construction, education, photography, theology, and Secretarial Science from Liberia and the Ivory Coast.
Gezaye previously worked for the Catholic-run Radio Veritas and served as correspondent for the Africa International Christian Mission based in Boynton Beach, Florida, the USA.

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