“Women are Peace Makers” – Mrs. Araminta Smith Tarley Asserts

MONROVIA: The Proprietress of Kingdom of Hope School System in Paynesville Madam Araminta Smith Tarley has said women are peace builder and advocates for each other, dating back from the war days.

According to her, during the country’s fourteen years civil crisis, Liberian’ women show case and stood the test of time to champion the cost, for peace o be restore in the country.

Madam Araminta Tarley challenged the Liberians women by making sure to push each others were is a gap for one to become successful in the society instead of tearing down each other.

“it is not good for women to bole  one another most especially when one is in dying need”  Madam Araminta Tarley is quoted as saying.

She asserted that women in the society are bridge builder on grounds that they can be use as mental by the younger ones in the communities.

Cautioned the women of Liberia to always creative and prayer for one another in their respective communities instead of looking down upon others based on their status in the society.

“I have children that I’m taking care of based on their status in their parents community (s), not because I’m rich but I want them to become somebody in the society,” Madam Araminta Tarley has said.

She spoke Sunday, when the Concerned Christian Community certificated and honored some prominent women of Liberia during the observance of International Women’s Day held at the New Water in the Desert Apostolic Church in Brewerville.

Some of the prominent women of Liberia honored and certificated by Concerned Christian Community based on their contribution to the society include: mother Alfreda Parker, Mt. Mabel Godfrey, Mt. Theresa Kahn, Mrs. Yamah Weaver, Madam Rosaline F. Kerkula, Mrs.Edith Kamayan, Mrs. Tupee Davis, Mrs Finda Smith, and Madam Bendu Jah.

The rest are; Mrs Miatta Tubman, Mrs. Ella W. Collins, Pastor Vashti C. Blamo, Mrs. Janneh Mammy,ey, Madam Marphy Fully, Madam Alberta Flomo, Mrs. Victoria Corneh, Mrs. Cecelia Fayiah, Mrs. Gbelly Nelson and Rev Miatta R. sirleaf.

Others include: Ms Kortu K. Krown, Ms. Juma Thomas, Ms. Maima Sirleaf, Mr. Albert S. Brown, Ma Jatu Smith, Ms. Willietta Kollie, Mrs. Jartu Killie and Mr. Kortu Jones.

Other are:Mr. Annlee Tugbeh, Pastor Soko Cooper, Madam Esther Kamara, Madam Tus Parker, Madam Mariama Fofana, Ms. Teefay Momo, Mr. Prince Kohnway and Madam Patience Magdalene Konneh,

The Concerned Christian Community has been instrumental in uplifting and empowering women through various indicatives and programs over the years in Liberia.

CCC understands the unique challenges faced by women in the country and CCC has dedicated efforts towards their advancement and rehabilitation, particularly during the civil unrest in the country.

In remakes, the former President of Liberia Council of Churches Bishop Kortu Brown, appealed to the government of Liberia to partner with the Liberia’s NGOs Community for the forward march of the country.

Bishop Brown noted that Liberia’ NGOs should not be seeing as comparators to its International partners which are financially positioned and funded.

He wants the International NGOs to also partner with the local NGOs that will create a vacuum after they have departed the country.

He spoke when he made a brief remark during the celebration of International Women’ Day by the Concerned Christian Community in Browerville, Montserrado County.

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