Dr. Jeety feed imamates and less fortunate during Christmas season


An Indian business tycoon Dr. Upjit Singh Sachdeva, commonly known as Mr. Jetty has once more extended his humanitarian gesture to inmates at the Monrovia Central Prison. On Friday, December 24, Jeety Trading Corporation provided hot meals or cooked food to 1, 400 detainees at South Beach where the prison is located.

During the ceremony, Jeety expressed happiness in providing a homemade meal to hundreds of inmates who have been detained for various crimes. He reflected on the pledge made to the Superintendent of the prison last year when he visited them but could not fulfill the same because of the outbreak of the Coronavirus.

Dr. Jeety however expressed delight in fulfilling his promise made with the sole purpose of perpetuating such initiative of identifying with the less fortunate every day. He then thanked the leadership of the prison for giving him the opportunity to identify with the inmates.
He urged his fellow business compatriots to do the same as a way of supporting efforts by the government, in helping to take care of the Monrovia Central Prison.

Receiving the items, Monrovia Central Prison Superintendent Lake lauded Dr. Jeety for always coming to the need of the Prison Center, noting that the move to ensure a constant food supply at the facility will be a boast to government efforts to keep it running.

He described Jeety Trading Corporation as a partner to the Bureau of Corrections, owing from the direct benefits the facility always receives from Jetty’s routine operations, during the institutions’ monthly visit to the Monrovia Central Prison.

Meanwhile, on Saturday, December 25, 2021, Christmas day, the humanitarian again visited the prison compound and provided hot cook Jollof rice, cake, water, soft drinks, and sets of new plates to celebrate the festive season with the inmates there. He again distributed cook meal within Monrovia and its surroundings. Dr. Jeety for the two days distributed 5,252 plates of hot cooked meal to the Monrovia Central Prison and Monrovia and its surrounding.


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