The Informer (Monrovia)

21 February 2013

Liberia: Pastor Donates Generator for Providence Island

The pastor of the Association of Churches under the banner of "Operation Safe Liberia" has donated a 5KVA generator to the Ministry Information for use at the Providence Island, promising to do renovation works on some of the structures.

Pastor Allen Deepraiser Doue and his Church have been holding a weeklong crusade on the Island where the first settlers from the United States settled in the early 1800s.

Pastor Doue said during the worship service at the Island, it was revealed to him to donate something rewarding to the historical site.

He added that after the revelation, his heart led him to provide electricity to the Providence Island, after he consulted board member of his church who consented.

Pastor Doue said as a Liberian who began his ministry in Ghana, he is proud to contribute in any way to give a face lift to all historical sites in Liberia.

Receiving the donation on behalf of the Ministry, the Assistance Minister of Tourism Madam Lynch George Y. Cassell thanked Pastor Doue for what she term as "first donation" since the Government launched the opening of the Providence Island this year.

Meanwhile, Pastor Doue has disclosed that his Ministry is embarking on the construction of a huge Church of 5,000 seating capacity in Paynesville.

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