By: David Nuakolo Flomo Jr/
Foequelleh town over the weekend was the scene of exhilaration when Bong County District #4 Representative aspirant James Nan Flomo Larsah served as guest of honor for the groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of a guest house for the Foequelleh Lutheran Parish District.
Mr. Larsah was invited by the 16th Annual Convention of the Foequelleh Lutheran Parish, and was accompanied by his wife, Mrs. Rashidat Williams Larsah, who is also the Co-Founder and Chief Patron of the Nowah Gorkoyah Larsah Foundation.
In addition, Mr. Larsah donated bundles of zinc, L$30,000.00 in cash and other related items and pledged a logistical support in response to the needs of the members of the Foequelleh Lutheran Parish.
Among them were several bales of lapas for the Prayer Warriors women’s group in the church.
The groundbreaking ceremony was part of the observance of the 16th Annual Convention of the Foequelleh Lutheran Parish and serves as a kick-off for the erection of a guest house for the church community.
The guest house construction is coming in response to a request made to Team Larsah during the 16th annual convention of the Lutheran women when the team headed by its Chairman Jefferson K. Page presented 15,000LD as an initial contribution to the start of the project.
Meanwhile, the women’s group has expressed thanks and appreciation to Mother Rashidat Williams Larsah for her recent donation of various items to citizens of the Bong County Electoral District #4, including 100 bags of rice, and several bales of lapas and slippers and medical service and supplies.