Liberian owned Business group , Mel-Enterprise Liberia LTD has embarked on a humanitarian gesture as part of giving back to society.
The group as part it’s benevolent endeavour on today donated food and non-food materials worth over 50,000 Liberian Dollars to the Gibson Public High School, Liberia Central Prison and the John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital.
MeL- Enterprise is based in Montserrado County, Liberia with a sole purpose of working in the business sector specifically caring on car rental, micro- Finance loon, helping the les fortunate, visual impaired people among others.
This serves as a role map and trend many opportune youth should venture into in giving their respective societies its fruit.
The donations on Wednesday, September 18, 2019 began at the Gibson Public High School follows by the Liberia Central Prison Compound with a good fate receptions form various institutions/ entities.
Speaking to KMTV News, the heads of the Institution to include the proprietor, Emmanuel Wesseh, Chief Executive Officer , Godfred Wesseh, Financial Officer Dave Togba said their move is a twice a year continual process with an intend of identifying with people who are the direct source of their fundings.
In the interview , MEL Enterprise proprietor Emmanuel Wesseh noted that the their venture as could be misinterpreted is not a political movement but rather acknowledge societal quest.
For his part, the Chief Executive Office of the Enterprise, Godfred Wesseh laid emphasis on the need for Liberians to work in one accord for common good of the country.
In addition, Mel-Enterprise Liberia Financial Officer, Dave Togba underscored the quest for Liberians to help each other to bridge the gap between the reach an unreach.