-As He Challenges Members To Make Unity As A Stepping Stone
The new head of Mission of the Salvation Army Liberia and Sierra Leone Command has challenged members of the organization to join hands together and unite for the common good of the organization in Liberia.
Speaking Friday during a dedicatory program at the Headquarters of the Salvation Army on 17th Street Sinkor, Lt. Col. Samuel Mkami disclosed that with unity every member or Salvationist will bring forth new idea for the Salvation Army to move forward.
Lt. Col. Samuel Mkami who is from Tanzania said, he is very happy to be in Liberia, noting that he sees no different from the Salvationists in Liberia and that of Salvationists in his home Country, Tanzania.
Handling the keys of a brand-new Land cruser Jeep to the Social Welfare department of the Salvation Army and the Keys of a well-furnished board room, the Head of Mission said it was through unity that the team was able to acquire all of what they were able to get and purchased the needed materials.
He promised to work with all team members that he met on the ground for the fast movement of the Salvation Army to other parts of Liberia and Sierra Leone where the Salvation Army is not presently operating.
According to the Salvation Army Head of Mission, the organization is not only interested in meeting the spiritual needs of the people, but also the social and Physical needs.
Lt. Col. Samuel Mkami, urged the head of the Social welfare Department, Lt. Col. Jabulani Khozor to make good use of the brand-new Jeep in meeting the needs of the people throughout Liberia.
The social Welfare Department of the Salvation Army Liberia and Sierra Leone Command presently operates a mobile Clinic that is responsible to treat people outside of the church, especially those who are in need.
Lt. Col. Khozor praised the Head of Mission for the empowerment of the Social Welfare Department promising to use the car for the intended purpose to impact the lives of the people of God.
For his part, the Director of Education of the Salvation Army Education Secretariat, David S. Massaquoi Sr said he is very happy to have a head of mission that is very fast sighted in the area of development.
Director Massaquoi used the occasion to praise all past leaders who have served the Salvation Liberia Command adding that one way of the other they contributed to the work of the Salvation Army in Liberia.
In a related development, Director Massaquoi Sr. is currently in South Africa Representing the Salvation Army Liberia and Sierra Leone Command the regional Technical Exchanged (RTX) in a weeklong conference in the area of Communication.
While in South Africa, the Director of Education of the Salvation Army Education Secretariat is expected to complete a professional course in Strategic Management and Organizational Development at the Africa Training Institute during his visit in that part of Africa. The training started on Monday July 8, 2019 and will end July 13, 2019 at which time he may be returning to Liberia.
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