Grand Cape: Diaspora Liberians Identify with Visually Impaired after KMTV Interview

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Blama Fahnbulleh, a physically challenged resident of Robertsport, Grand Cape Mount County is commending well-meaning Liberians who recently ran to his aid by providing cash and food items.

This follows after a live interview on KMTV when Old man Blama narrated that he lost his sight about five years ago, which led to him losing his job.

Two diaspora Liberian citizens provided a little over L$17,000, two bags of 25kg rice, and a gallon of oil as a way of helping old man Blama.

Maiten Joan Clarke and Philimena Jududoe, both of whom reside in the United States of America, are the two donors.

Mr. Fahnbulleh was hired to serve as a janitor at the Robertsport High school, but he’s now unable to work due to his condition and is therefore appealing to well-meaning individuals to assist him and his family, including children who are all out of school.