Business Women Extol Cummings -For Empowering Women

A Group of enterprising women Group, United Women Beyond Borders has lauded the Political Leader of the Alternative National Congress (ANC) Mr. Alexander B. Cummings for his continuous support in  empowering women to become self-reliance and self-sufficient.

The group with a membership of over one thousand business women, are currently constructing  a 42-store- building in the Paynesville Redlight market District, which they said Mr. Cummings has made substantial contributions. They are mainly engaged in cross borders trade in West Africa, importing essential agro-produces including dried peppers, groundnuts, and beans for supply on the Liberian market.

The President of the United Women Beyond Borders, Madam Sangai Dunbar expressed gratitude to the ANC Leader for his generous assistance which she said has enabled the organization to embark on the construction of the 45-store building and   nearing completion.

She expressed the organization’s gratitude, on Tuesday, April 5, 2022 during a stop over visit in Paynesville by Mr. Cummings while he was on a visit in District five, Montserrado County as part of his community engagements.

Mr. Cummings in his response said he was proud of the great undertaking by the women and promised more financial support for the completion of the commercial structure at the Redlight Market District.

He reaffirmed his unflinching support and protection of women rights to economic empowerment and against gender based violence including rape.

Earlier, the Paynesville Vocational Training Center (PVTC) in Paynesville held a special welcoming program for Mr. Cummings and entourage and outlined the institution’s basic needs as it helps young people acquire basic skills to make them productive citizens.

PVCT Authorities later presented Mr. Cummings a symbolic key of the institution, and a T-shirt with the inscription, ‘PVTC for Cummings’

The ANC Political Leader’s community engagements also took him to the Police Academy area, Bassa Town and ended at the Kukatonun intellectual Center, in Paynesville, where he interacted with hundreds of Liberians, who pledged support to his Presidential bid.

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