Deputy Minister Vincent Calls for More Support to Orphanage Homes

The Deputy Minister of National Defense for Operations, Prince K. Vincent, has called for more support for orphanage homes around the Country to enable them provide quality care for the less fortunate within their various homes.

Minister Vincent said the less fortunate must not be abandoned because they are potential future leaders that can contribute to the development of the Country if their plight is properly addressed.

The Liberian Deputy Defense Chief said Vocational Education is paramount in the rebuilding process of Liberia after years of civil wars. He encouraged orphanage homes to begin focusing their attention in such direction.

The Deputy Defense Minister for Operations made these remarks over the weekend when he identified with orphans, deaf and mute, at the Sister IYE Orphanage Home and another center in the Gardnerville, Kebbah Community. Deputy Minister Vincent called on the students at the orphanage homes to be studious as only a sound education can make them better future leaders.

“I am excited to be here today, to share the moment with you guys and to encourage you to remain focused for a better future. Don’t let your current situations pull you down, don’t take shortcuts in life, but work hard,” Deputy Minister Vincent emphasized.

Welcoming Minister Vincent to Sister IYE Orphanage home, Mr. Thomas Momo, Head of the Home, lauded Deputy Minister Vincent for the visit, stressing that the entire orphanage home was thrilled by his gestures.

“We are glad to have you here with us today, and thanks for the gift you have brought for us; we will also remember you for these kind gestures and great words of encouragement,” Mr. Thomas Momo said.

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