Over the weekend, Liberia cultural ambassador, Julie Endee was honored by the Christian Association of the Blind (CAB) for the humanitarian role she continues extending them at their National Resource Institute for the Blind along the Roberts International Airport, R-2 Community.
Mrs. Fatu Kota performing the honoring program described Ambassador Endee as a mother who is concerned about the wellbeing of the people.
According to her, for the past time, cultural Ambassador Endee has been very consistent in extending helping hand to the CAB National Resource Institute.
Mrs. Kota added that cultural Ambassador Endee kind gesture to them for the past time will always be reflected in their mind.
She however stated that the Liberia cultural Ambassador has brought light to the institution by mean of making one of their sons to have international exposure.
Mrs. Kota used the occasion to pray for Ambassador Endee that the lord almighty should blessed her in anything she decides to do in the Liberian society.
She further stated that the Liberia cultural Ambassador is a mother who has the fear for the lord almighty God who the provider for all of his children.
For her part, cultural Ambassador Julie Endee lauded CAB families for the honor and assured them of her continue support to the institution.
Ambassador Endee called on Liberians from all walks of lives of the Liberian society to be their brother keepers in anything they are doing.
The crusader for peace boss further appealed to Liberians to be patriotic citizens in their day to day activities.
She then underscored the need for prioritizing teaching in all schools for the common good of all Liberians.
The Liberia Cultural Ambassador cautioned Liberians to always have the mindset that one day Liberia will get better and shine like other countries among the comity of nations.
Ambassador Endee called on Liberians to hold together as one and put the interest of the country first above personal interest.
According to her, Liberia can get on par with other countries among the comity of nations if only Liberians can see reason and put behind the ugly pasts.
She urged Liberians to stand up and raise the flag of Liberia with commitment as a sound that Liberia is getting better.
During the program, Ambassador Endee awarded five years scholarship to the two graduates to any schools of their choice.
According to her, the five years scholarship to each of the two graduates will be channeled through the offices of the CAB for transparency.