As a way of celebrating the birth anniversary of Jesus Christ, the United Bong County Association in the Americas, (UBCAA) has concluded a daylong Christmas party with children of Bong County.
Held at its Liberia Program Office, UBCAA children’s party brought together more than two hundred children from Bong County.
In a special statement, the Vice President of the Association, Madam Towain Kollie-Peters thanked the children and encouraged the young Bongese to be studious, obedient, and hardworking as they strive for a better future.
“Today, as you have come to celebrate with us (UBCAA), I firstly say thank you for coming, Merry Christmas to you all; as you have come to celebrate with us today, I want to encourage all of you to study hard, obey mama and papa and work hard to be good and successful people tomorrow,” the gorgeous VP motivated her children today.
UBCAA’s Vice President Madam Towain Kollie-Peters
For his part, UBCAA’s Strategic Program Manager, Charles Fernandez Kellen hailed the leadership of President Caimon Joe Kollie for being cognizant of the plights of the ordinary Bongese.
Mr. Kellen named the UBCAA’s Computer literacy program in upper Bong, the farm in Weyemue, and the Economic Development Skills Program in Lower Bong, amongst others as key achievable for 2022 amid the scarcity of resources and/or other daunting challenges.
“Today, we are proud to announce that our Association, amid many challenges was able to make a great marks in our county for this year,” the decisive Manager told the children and their parents.
Serving as Keynote Speaker during the occasion, a fourth-grade kid of the Salvation Army School in Gbarnga, Miss Annie Kollie congratulated her colleagues and urged them to be respectful, law-abiding, and work hard for a better tomorrow.
The eight-year-old wonder kid told her friends to go to school and learn as they are the next leaders of Bong County and Libera.
In separate remarks, some of the kids who spoke during the program lauded President Caimon Joe Kollie and his team for making the presence of the Association felt in the county since his administration.
The UBCAA’s Children’s party was held at the Association Liberia Program Office in Gbarnga on Monday December 26.
Credit: Ruben Dolo
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