CPP Donates $1.8m to Flood victims In Robertsport -As Cummings Ends Western Liberia Tour

MONROVIA: In the wake of the disastrous flood in Robertsport City, Grand Cape Mount County, the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP) in a humanitarian display and concern over the plights of the victims, majority of whom were turned homeless, has donated L$1.8 million worth of building materials to victims of the flood disaster .Lake Piso, which reached a dangerous high level, destroyed over 10 houses, which rendered dozens of residents homeless in the Kru community, in Robertsport, last week.

Making the donation of the L$1.8 million worth of building materials including zinc, cement and steel rods, CPP Vice Standard Bearer, Counsellor Charlyne Brumskine empathized with the plight of the flood victims and hope the assistance will help them relocate and begin rebuilding their homes.

Counsellor Brumskine extended sympathy to the affected families, on behalf of the CPP Standard Bearer, Mr. Alexander Cummings, who she said was visiting other parts of the country, and could not be available to join her in reaching out to them.

A spokesperson for the over 27 family heads, expressed gratitude to the CPP for the rapid response to their request for urgent assistance to help rebuild their lives.

They expressed the hope that Liberian Government authorities and other Liberians as well as humanitarian organizations will come to their aid to help them rebuild their lives.

Meanwhile, Despite the mournful exit of one of their finest sons, the late Senator Daniel Flomo Naatehn, hundreds of citizens of Gbarpolu turned out to give Alexander B. Cummings, Standard Bearer of the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP) a rousing welcome on his campaign trail in the county where Mr. Cummings also concluded his tour of Western Liberia that first took him to Bomi County before going to Grand Cape Mount County and then concluding the regional tour in Gbarpolu County yesterday, September 12, 2023.

The visit of Cummings took him to the three electoral districts where citizens made an appeal for him to fix the disastrous road conditions as well as to build a vocational school in their county. On his visit on Tuesday, September 11, 2023, Cummings was given a heroic welcome in Sawmill, Gbarma and Bopolu and was welcome by an enthusiastic crowd, mainly the women and youth, amidst singing and dancing.

In the three districts, Gbarpolu citizens presented white chicken and kola nuts to the CPP Standard Bearer, indicative of purity of heart and reaffirmation of their continuous support to the CPP of which the late Gbarpolu County Senator Daniel Naatehn served as Vice National Chairman.

Senator Naatehn died August 8, in India, where he had gone for medical treatment, following a brief illness.

Mr. Cummings paid homage to the late Senator whom he described as a friend, brother and colleague, and said he will long be remembered for his sacrificial services and significant contributions to the ANC/CPP, and Liberia including Gbarpolu.

At separate indoor program organized by citizens in Gbarma and Bobolu, and attended by hundreds of citizens including Chiefs, elders, youth and women groups, Motorcyclists Association and inter-religious groups,  the citizens reaffirmed their support and vowed to vote Mr. Cummings as the next President of Liberia.

The CPP Standard Bearer expressed gratitude to citizens of Gbarpolu for the warm reception and massive turnout in the towns visited, with assurance that upon his ascendancy as President, he will alleviate the suffering and extreme poverty in Liberia.

Cummings vowed to fix the deplorable road condition, improve the health  and educational systems, and establish a micro-loan scheme for Liberian entrepreneurs including market women to sustain and grow their businesses.

He said the CPP Government will revive the ailing economy, transform the life of Liberians and create massive job opportunities for the thousands of unemployed Liberians.

Cummings appealed to Gbarpolu County citizens to retrospect on the good work of their late Senator Naatehn and remain committed and steadfast in their support for the Presidential bid of the CPP.

Meanwhile, the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP), has donated L$1.8 million worth of building materials to victims of the flood disaster, in Robertsports, Grand Cape Mount County. Lake piso, which reached an dangerous high level, destroyed over 10 houses, which rendered dozens of residents homeless in the Kru community, in Robertsport, last week.

Making the donation of the L$1.8 million worth of building materials including zinc, cement and steel rods, CPP Vice Standard Bearer, Counsellor Charlyne Brumskine empathized with the plight of the flood victims and hope the assistance will help them relocate and begin rebuilding their homes.

Counsellor Brumskine extended sympathy to the affected families, on behalf of the CPP Standard Bearer, Mr. Alexander Cummings, who she said was visiting other parts of the country, and could not be available to join her in reaching out to them.

A spokesperson for the over 27 family heads, expressed gratitude to the CPP for the rapid response to their request for urgent assistance to help rebuild their lives.

They expressed the hope that Liberian Government authorities and other Liberians as well as humanitarian organizations will come to their aid to help them rebuild their lives.

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  1. Jake Doe says

    1.8 MILLION Liberian dollars 1s a mere peanut amount of 9, 654, 43 cents US Dollars nine thousand six hundred and fifty-four US dollars and 43 cents.

    So this is YELLOW JOURNALISM WHEN YOU HEADLINE SUCH DISINFORMATION AS Donates $1.8m, WHEREAS THE AMOUNT IS ACTUALLY L$1.8 million LIBERIAN DOLLARS AND NOT I.8 MILLION US DOLLARS. To deceive the public you deliberately omitted the Liberian dollar sign L and only wrote the dollar sign, since you dare not INDICATE THE AMOUNT IS IN US DOLLARS. THIS IS EVIL, UNETHICAL, ETC.

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