The superintendent of the Ma Lusu Market in Doe Community on Bushrod Island was honored over the weekend along with two officials of the association by The Living Water Pentecostal Church International — Liberia (L.W.P.C.L.) of the Community.
The Bishop of the church Wilmot K. Bobbroh, Jr. disclosed that the church decided to honor Madam Korpo K. Kanneh and others because they have worked tirelessly for the construction of the Ma Lusu Market in the area.
He recalled that marketers sold their goods in a filthy environment when the past leadership of the association was in charged.
According to him, when Madam Kanneh assumed the leadership at the market, she was able to mobilize resources and purchased the land for the construction of the market building.
He however, noted that she has been successful because of her leadership abilities and coupled with the willingness of members to cooperate with her.
Bishop Bobbroh then pointed out that The Living Water Pentecostal Church was honoring the three (3) officials for their hard work, dedication to duties thus resulting to the good physical presence of a Market structure in the community.
Delivering the words of God to the congregation under the Theme “Good Never Lost” Reverend Mother Dorcas M. Kollie, General Overseer of The Grace Healing and Deliverance Ministries, VOA challenged the honorees to continue doing the right things and also demonstrate love for others.
She cautioned them to always exhibit patience as well as humility in the execution of their duties, adding, “Be like Dorcas in the Bible whom she noted did good things without reason.”
Reverend Mother Kollie further stated that good never lost, saying, “Sometimes when you do good, it might turn against you.” She however assured the congregation that God is the only one who can change any situation.
She then indicated that honor comes in the midst of enemies and that people should not be afaid because God will surely lift everybody up.
Responding on behalf of the honorees, Superintendent Korpo K. Kanneh thanked the church for the honor bestowed on them and prayed that God blesses the ministry. She also extended thanks and appreciation to Robert Sirleaf whom she said fulfilled his promise to the community dwellers by the construction of a market structure.
She however, urged members and officials of the association to hold together and work for the development of the community. Those who were honored are, Korpo K. Kanneh, Superintendent, Aletha N. Halie, Secretary and Susie Hinneh, Table Director respectively.