Madam Susanah Nimely, one of the victims of the recent storm that swept Monrovia and it is environs is appealing to the government, national and international NGOs and other charitable organizations such as Safe The Children UK, and UNICEF to assist in reconstructing her three bed rooms building.
Madam Nimely, a single lady in her late 40s is the mother of two boys and three girls including several grand children. The family was made homeless on Wednesday, May 9, 2012 during the storm that went across the city.
She said the situation completely put her in a state of predicament.
A former employee of NICOM Distillery on Lynch Street, Monrovia, Madam Nimely said she was redundant few years ago from the employ of the company and after receiving her last pay she constructed the three bed rooms house in which she, her children and grand children have being residing until such fateful day when the storm destroyed it.
She said due to the size of the family she is finding it very difficult to get some one to help her with a shelter.
Madam Nimely said even though, she heard on the radio that certain agency of government is responsible to help those victimized by the storm or any other disaster, but she don't know how to make a connection with such organization, therefore she has decided to contact a news organs responsible to make the voices of the voiceless to be heard.
Madam Nimely is a resident of Kardoma, Dry Rice Market Community in Barnersville Township.
It can be recalled that on Wednesday, May 9, 2012, a heavy storm came from the north of the city and blew off many structures, light poles and billboards. In which several persons were victimized while many sustained injury.