Unprecedented Grifts

Nigerian Female Prelate Donates Cash and Cars, LCP, Disables Benefit

A much-admired Nigerian female prelate Mother Esther Ajayi has delivered on promised to identify with the Liberia Crusaders for Peace LCP and three disable institutions including the Group of 77, Antoinette Tubman Cheshire Home and the Mission of Hope.
The Nigerian Mother provided the amount of USD 270,000 and three buses to the four institutions. She did so yesterday on the grounds of the Capitol Building.
The Prelate in December visited Liberia and promised to help these institution after she interaction with each of them.
In a statement marking the presentation of the money and the buses to the beneficiaries, Mother Esther Ajayi said the gesture is her own way of sharing the Gospel and love with her fellow Africans especially the needy.
She added that her coming to Liberia was not just ordinary but was through the instrumentality of Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor who she described as a humble character who according to her also has the power to change the world for the better.
Mother Ajayi also said her coming to Liberia will not be in vein referring to Liberians as very wonderful people with great talents, maintaining the need to prioritize them.
She went on expressing that it is upon this back drop that she has decided to give invitations to two disable Liberians to visit Nigeria upon her return to Liberia sometime this year.
The female Nigerian clergy-woman stressed the need for Africans to see reason to begin to rise up and work, saying only they can build Africa.
According to her, only Africans know the problems that they are faced with and can only succeed through hard work.
She equally used the platform to encourage Liberians to see agriculture as a way forward to a better Liberia, stressing that it is about time that Liberians cultivate the habit to grow their own food and to refrain from importing rice something she said has impended the country’s growth and development.

The ceremony was graced by Liberia’s Vice President Madam Jewel Howard Taylor. In a brief remark, VP Taylor lauded Mother Esther Ajayi for the donations.

The Vice President noted that the Nigerian prelate has proven to Liberians most especially the disabled community, adding when love prevails, every negative spirit leaves noting that it is in the spirit of love that everything can be done.
She added that the Mother Ajayi is not a stranger to Liberia, recording that the Nigerian Mother has come to Liberia before where she visited some disabled institutions including the Group of 77 on New Port Street in Monrovia, the Antoinette Tubman Cheshire Home in Sinkor and the Mission OF Hope for Disable in Rehab Community in Lower Johnsonville and Liberia Crusader For Peace.
According to the Liberian Vice President, as the Nigerian preacher visited these areas and listened to the plights of the people, she was moved with passion and promised which according to her has been fulfilled by the donation being portrayed today.
VP Taylor also told the gathering that she was honored to have head that some members of the 54th legislature were on hand to have graced the befitting ceremony witnessing the occasion in order to show that those who are living with disabilities are not being left out.
The Liberia Crusader for Peace and three disable institutions with the Group of 77 receive USD$25,000 and a twenty eight seated bus, the Mission OF Hope USD$25,000 and a twenty eight seated bus the Antoinette Tubman Cheshire Home a mini bus and a one year insurance benefit among