On Saturday 30th December, 2017, one of Liberian’s prominent lawyers, Barrister Alhaji Swalihu Sesay, hosted a meeting with a team of four DAQVAH Charity Foundation’s officials from Sierra Leone at a dinner in Royal Hotel, Monrovia.
Being the second meeting with the team since they arrived in the country, the barrister once again welcomed them to Liberia.
The officials from Sierra Leone are the CEO of DAQVAH Charity Foundation, Alhaji Abdul Rahman Jalloh, the Deputy Project Lead, Alhaji Abdulai Ben Kamara, the Communications Manager of DAQVAH Charity Foundation, Sheku Alhuseyn Mansaray and RTU Fundraiser, Chernor Muaz Bah.
Also present at the meeting were the Director of An-Noor Foundation for Islamic Development in Liberia, Mr. Ibrahim Konadeen Fofana and Brother Muctar from An-Noor Foundation.
The CEO, Alhaji Abdul Rahman Jalloh, once again explained in detail the main purpose of the meeting, which is to extend DAQVAH and the Reach the Unreachable with Just One Dollar Project in Liberia. After elaborating almost everything that needs to be known about the project, the CEO called on the barrister to be one of the strong pillars that would stand firm for the effective implementation of this blessed project.
In response, the admirable and humble Muslim lawyer thanked Allah and appreciated the CEO and the foundation for bringing up such a wonderful project which will benefit almost everyone – especially the poor and needy.
“I welcome the project one hundred percent and I am ready to give my best to this project. I will also make sure I handle the institutionalization of this project here in Liberia and support in all legal processes that surround it.” Barrister Swalihu expressed and assured.
The barrister also assured that the project is one that will be accepted and embraced by almost every pure minded Liberian, even though there may be challenges along the way – which is normal.
Mr. Jalloh thanked Allah and appreciated the barrister for his continuous effort in supporting Islamic activities in the country, and specially for accepting to support the RTU project in Liberia.
Both DAQVAH and An-Noor foundation teams appreciated Barrister Sesay for such a wonderful dinner in one of the country’s best hotels.
The meeting ended with an immediate action point, which was to meet with different Islamic organizations in the following day to set up an implementing team.