Dr. Togba- Nah Tipoteh, widely known as a humanitarian economist, has come to the aid of hundreds of victims of the sea erosion in the Borough of Kru Town.
Upon hearing of the sea erosion disaster on the night of August 7th, Dr. Tipoteh began mobilizing some urgent assistance for the victims, especially the women, children and the elderly who had no place to go and so they slept on the floor in Churches near the D. Tweh High School and the Popo Beach at Point Four, under terrible sanitary conditions.
On Friday, August Dr. Tipoteh presented 20 bags of rice and 10,000 Liberian dollars to the sea erosion victims.
Toyota-Liberia under the leadership of a great friend of Liberia, Mr. Seymour Grann, made the major contribution in the presentation given by Dr. Tipoteh.
The relief items were received by Mr. James Dixon, a community leader, on behalf of the victims, who were openly displaying their gratitude and happiness over the presentation.
In the name of the victims, Mrs. Caroline Dixon, thanked Dr. Tipoteh for his helpful initiative and asked him to express thanks and appreciation to Toyota through Mr. Grann.
Before taking leave of the victims, Dr. Tipoteh appealed to the Government of Liberia to attend to the main concern of the victim and that concern is the prevention of the sea from attacking the homes of the people in New Kru Town and elsewhere in the Country.