The Informer (Monrovia)

4 December 2012

Liberia: Sierra Leonean Prelate Promises to Serve As Catalyst for Liberia - Says the Best Is Yet to Come

A visiting Sierra Leonean Clergy, Pastor Kai Manyeh, says he is going back to Sierra Leone and Europe to woo those in the business sector to come and invest and people in charity area to assist in different development projects in Liberia.

"I hope to serve as a catalyst to showcase Liberia as I have done for my native land. I have travelled to several countries, and before I disembark, I will almost see clouds of darkness hanging over these nations. But I can tell you that when I arrived at the airport, I felt the presence of God in this place and saw an open Heaven over Liberia," Pastor Manyeh said.

He is the General Overseer of the Christian Community Church, a worldwide ministry with one of its branches located in Yellow Flower, Brewerville, outside Monrovia.

The prelate explained that he came to Liberia on a fact-finding mission about development and investment in the future and to see what is going on with the ministry. "Since I came, I realized the people of this country are very welcoming, lovely and my mission is to showcase lots of opportunity for people to come and contribute to the building of this nation."

He said he is very proud of the work being done by the church here headed by Pastor Arthur Manyeh. "I am happy philanthropists and other friends would like to hear about Liberia and many of them will want to follow me here to offer whatever contributions to the development of this nation."

He urged Liberians to embrace Christ and allow the sky to be their limit as the best is yet to come for them. He leaves the country today following a four-day visit.

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