By: Abraham Kollie ( Correspondent Margibi County)
A Liberian God gifted Architecture is struggling to transforming his live due to current economic conditions in Liberia.
Jacob Tarwally building symbolic houses from waste especially from cartons and metal sheets he collects from the dump sites.
Jacob sells his inventions to pay his school fees at the Booker Washington Institute in Margibi County.
” I sell my ‘inventions’ to pay my school fees at the Booker Washington Institute in Margibi County;
the balance money can be given to my grandmother to buy food and other needs for my home.” He added
The prices range from USD $30 -$50 or equivalent in Liberia dollars.
When our reporter met him on Saturday, August 22, 2020 living with his grandmother in the Wenneh Town (community) of Margibi County, he was age 20 and junior student of the Booker Washington institute in kakata.
20 year old Jacob Trawally stressed the lack of support paying his “advanced learning feed” at Drafting School.
However, he requested international support to make his dream come true.
Due to COVID-19 pandemic and other worst economic issues in Liberia, Jacob Tarwally says life is becoming unberable.
He said purchasing his God gifted talent is not furth coming from people and he might not be able to keep in school.