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All Nations Christian Church breaks ground for US150, 000. 16 Class room School in Liberia

by Jos Garneo Cephas Sr.

MONROVIA, LIBERIA – A Liberian Cleric and Overseer of the All Nations Christian Church, is urging Liberians to take politics out of development, and cooperate with government in achieving the overall development priorities of the nation.

Rev. Elmos Heagar, said since the Liberian Government is doing its best to transform the country in all sectors, Liberians can no longer afford to have the next generation continue to grow in ignorance.

He further cautioned Liberians to love their country and work together to position Liberia to prosperity because Liberia is as one of the best nations in the world. Rev. Heagar has called on his fellow diaspora compatriots to contribute immensely to education as one of the basis in confronting the many challenges the nation is faced with.

He made the remarks Friday, May 28, 2021, when All Nations Christian Church officially broke ground for a 16 Class rooms facilitate, of the All Nations Christian Academy, Elementary and Junior High School, located in Lee Hill Community, Johnsonville, Montserrado County.

The establishment of the All Nations Christian Academy, Elementary and Junior High School comes as a result of the churches’ COVID-19 intervention in Liberia, in identifying and alleviating both parents and children of their desperate needs during the pandemic.

Rev. Heagar who is an American-based church trainer, put the cost of the school construction at US150, 000, and said similar facilitate is expected to be constructed at all branches of the church in Liberia.

The All Nations Christian Church was founded in Pennsylvania, United States of America, and has four other established brunches including the Lee Hill Community Congregations in Johnson, with two branches in BoysTown, and Kakata, Margibi, County, with a branch in Ganta, Nimba County, Liberia.

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