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Team Nyanue Donates Computers to B’hal District

-Says Grand Gedeans Deserve Better

In an effort to enhance efficiency amongst school going youth through information communication technology, a group of Grand Gedeans under the banner Progressive Forces of Nyanue over the weekend donated several modern, state-of-the-art desktop computers to the youth of B’hal Administrative District in Grand Gedeh County. 

Presenting the equipment, the group’s Steering Committee Chairman T. Wilson Gaye said the gesture is Mr. William Nyanue’s way of contributing to the development process of the county through education.

According to him, the provision of the computers is aimed at putting the people of B’hal District up to speed with the bold new world by creating the enabling environment for hands-on experience in computer education.

“The donation of the desktop computers will aid not just students, but local county officials in B’hal Administrative District geared towards ensuring effective and efficient service delivery,” Mr. Gaye intoned.

In a related development, the Friends of Nyanue has expressed satisfaction over the level of works being done by a local women organization that is involved in several agricultural pursuits including rice and cassava farming in Grand Gedeh County.

The Tordee Women of Zwedru in partnership with Team Nyanue is working with various women and youth groupings in the county committed to improving the standard of living for Grand Gedeans.

Mr. William Grear Nyanue is a professional Liberian engineer who has dedicated his life to humanity, especially his kinsmen living in and out of the country.

As former President of the Grand Gedeh Association in the Americas (GGAA), Mr. Nyanue was instrumental in the provision of assorted medical supplies to Grand Gedeans during the heydays of Liberia’s civil crisis.

He was a lead consultant with the Government of Liberia through the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation (LWSC) for the USAID-financed Urban Water Supply project.

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