By Jefferson D.Tweh
A Senatorial aspirant of Grand Kru County,Prof. Albert Tugbeh Chie, has given L$30,000 to Forpoh Youth Development Association of Liberia(FOYDAL).
Prof. Chie made the contribution last week Sunday when he served as Chief Launcher of the Forpoh Youth Development Association of Liberia (FOYDAL). Launching a fund raising program on the Bushrod Island, Prof. Chie said he will continue to work with young people of Grand Kru County both at home and abroad to enhance developments,capacity buildings and take the county to another level.
He urged the ForpohYouth Development Association of Liberia to remain united because unity is the key to every organization and it brings understanding, peace and love among people.
It can be recalled that in March 22,2014, Prof.Chie donated five Toshiba laptops computers, printers,a generator and other Information Technology (IT) accessories to Forpoh District Youths in Grand Kru County, to enable them get capacity training and contribute immensely to national development and growth.
Besides, Prof. Chie has made numerous contributions in Forpoh District,Grand Kru County and he promised to construct a modern clinic in Wropluken estimated at US$80,000 and build a modern junior high school in Parluken worth US$390,000.
Besides his contributions made to Forpoh District, he has also initiated many projects in Grand Kru County and have given economic empowerment to young people both in Grand Kru and Montserrado Counties.
Prof. Chie, who was described as a goodwill Ambassador,and highest contributor to Grand Kru University students at the University of Liberia (UL) by some citizens of the county has also extended his genorosity to Grand Kru students attending the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU), the United Methodist University (UMU), African Methodist Episcopal Zion University (AMEZU), Tubman University (TU) and other learning institutions in the country.
The Grand Kru beloved son has demonstrated his commitment and continues to provide more economic empowerment and capacity trainings for the young inhabitants in the country.