Former Public Works Minister Samuel Kofi Woods will this Sunday be honored as “Father Of The Year” by the Men’s Department’s of the Melville B. Cox United Methodist Church, Lower Caldwell, Montserrado County.
The president of the Men’s Department, Mr. Sylvester L. Morris, said several other individuals who have dedicated their services to the Church and society will also receive flowers during the ceremony which marks the annual Father’s Day program of the church.
Mr. Morris explained that former Minister Woods was selected based on his faithful dedicated services to the church, humanity and the state. He added that due to his services rendered to the nation, former Minister Woods’ works are still being remembered at the Ministry.
According to Mr. Morris, the former Minister will be honored for his positive contributions to the infrastructural development and economic recovery, especially for the construction and pavement of the Caldwell Road, which is expected to also have a modern bridge shortly.
Mr. Morris further stated that the former Minister was also chosen for his fight for justice, peace and equality, and also for being a servant, not just for dignitaries, but for the poor, oppressed and down-trodden.
Meanwhile, Rev. Dr. Julius Sarwolo Nelson, Jr., a senior Methodist clergyman and Dean of Student Affairs at the University of Liberia, is expected to deliver the message during the program, which is being headed by Mr. Bro. Ezekial Howe.