A passionate plea has been made for Liberians to show respect for their leaders in order to ensure peace for the betterment of the country. The appeal was made by the head of a charity group that is currently catering for over three hundred Liberian school going children.
Mr. Alphonso Dagbeh, head of Damina Charity Foundation, also called on young people to develop their talents in order to improve their lives so that they can make positive contributions to the development of Liberia.
Mr. Dagbeh, speaking in the Township of West Point over the weekend at the end of a one-day Charity Football for Peace tournament and entertainment said that to ensure a better country, discipline and respect must be part of the life of young children.
“Liberia is the only country we have to boast of,” Dargbeh said, admonishing the youth, “do not allow anyone to use you to cause confusion among yourselves.”
Indicating that education and empowering Liberians remain his top priority, Dagbeh pledged that his charity group will continue to help Liberian youths realize their responsibilities to their nation.
The Damina Charity Foundation, according to Mr. Dagbeh, will continue to partner with well-meaning Liberians to develop young people in the country. Mr. Dagbeh is partnering with a local musical group, Super Fly Entertainment of Rock Town, near West Point to promote recent releases.
The Damina Charity Foundation leader grew up in the Township of West Point and is currently based in Malaysia.