American Christian Group Eyes Agriculture Sector -Also Interested in Plastic Re-begging

An American Christian Organization based in Alabama, the United States of America (USA), has targeted exploring the agriculture sector of Liberia for possible intervention.
Anointed Remnant Global Assemblies(ARGA) headed by Bishop Emmet Johnson, Jr. along with Pastor Ledet Ivan and Bishop Joseph Banks have expressed their desire to explore opportunities in the Liberian agriculture sector through the organization with a plan to help make contributions aimed at supporting the Liberian government and the people’s vision to explore agricultural potentials in the country.
Making the disclosure on behalf of the ARGA leadership in Monrovia yesterday, ARGA superintendents in Liberia, Pastor Joseph O. Kun and Pastor Sylvester W. Doe said their entity’s determination to explore Liberian agriculture potentials will surely benefit Liberia and Liberians in general.
Besides ARGA‘s determination to venture into Liberia’s agriculture sector, the two superintendents further disclosed that ARGA also has strong interest in the recycling of plastic bags so as to create the opportunities for Liberians empowerment in the country.
According to them, the Anointed Remnant Global Assemblies’ interest in the agriculture sector and the recycling plastic bags will buttress the Liberian government’s vision for jobs creation and economy empowerment in the country.
The assemblies’ Liberian superintendents noted that the ARGA-USA delegation headed by Bishop Emmet Johnson, Jr., Pastor Joseph Banks and Pastor Ledet Ivan visited Liberia last year in a week long spiritual activities with the Liberian Christian Community in Monrovia, while this year’s Christian gospel gathering which includes a weeklong Crusade and a leadership conference will be held in Gbah Town, Bomi County in Western Liberia.
The two officials of ARGA – Liberia maintained that this year’s crusade and leadership conference will be held under the theme: “Unity Builds the Bream” and will run from April 23-26 2019. It will also include the distribution of over two hundred pieces of reading glasses to the ordinary people who will have to undergo eye testing before receiving their glasses.
ARGA has established and already operating the Gwendolyn Bradley School of Excellence; an institution that is building the capacity of women in hair dressing in Barnerville Community in Monrovia and will continue to support women empowerment initiatives in the country.
Meanwhile, Pastor Sylvester W. Doe and Pastor Joseph O. Kun concluded that the weeklong crusade and leadership conference in Gbah Town is expected to draw church leaders and the

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