UMU Alumni Identifies With Their Institution


The United Methodist University Alumni Association (UMUAA), has identified with their institution through the provision of several food and nonfood items.

Items presented included 50bags of rice, 10gallons of cooking oil, tissues, two carton of Sardines and a cartoon of Clorox .

The organization’s Assistant Secretary General, Ms. Julie Peal told KMTV news Wednesday that, the gesture was a way of identifying with their institution during this pandemic.

Ms. Peal also disclosed that additional 46bags rice and other nonfood items were provided to members of the alumni.

She lauded the efforts of all who contributed to their organization’s gesture, terming it as timely and very crucial providing relief to students and members in need during this COVID-19 pandemic .

The items were presented Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at the University’s campus in Monrovia by the Association’s President, Mr. Sunny Doe.

Mr. Doe lauded members of the UMU Alumni who donated to the project and assured the university authorities that they will always be a helping hand to the institution in whatever possible ways.

He said the donation was to identify with the school during this COVID-19 period, as he urged former graduates of the institution to join the Alumni Association aimed at helping it to be more vibrant and contribute meaningful to the institution and society.

The University President, Dr. Albert B. Coleman, upon receiving the items thank the UMUAA, for the gesture describing it as timely specially during this health crisis period.

Dr. Coleman promised to work alone with the school’s Alumni Association in achieving their goals and appreciate them for always giving back to the Alma mater.

He assured the former students that the items will be used for the intended purpose.