-As Humanitarian Lawmaker
By Reuben Sei Waylaun
In appreciation of his unending service to community and humanity in general, a local student movement, the Concerned Student Movement of Liberia (CSML), Wednesday honored and certificated Nimba County District seven Representative Rogers S.W.Y. Domah as the ‘best humanitarian legislator’. Myers David, National Chairman of the CSML, said their prestigious prize to the honoree was in recognition of his tireless humanitarian services rendered his community and the Liberian nation in particular.
Nimba County electoral district seven Representative Roger SWY Domah
As an educator, Representative Domah is reported to have given hundreds of scholarships to deserving students while serving as Principal of the Ganta United Methodist High School in Gompa City, Nimba County, Northeastern Liberia and other parts of the county.
“We are extremely pleased today to hand you this certificate as the best humanitarian Lawmaker of the year 2017,” CSML’s National Chairman presenting the honor to the Nimba legislator said. Adding: “When it comes to your contribution to your fellow men and your community, we are aware of the countless and tireless sacrifices that you have made to the people of District seven, Nimba County. We are also aware of the numerous contributions you’ve made toward the building of feeder roads in the district, communities, including hand pumps, bridges, and other significant projects that positively impacted our people in the district.”
“It is better to reward you today so that others will see your exemplary example and follow suit,” David also pointed out. With barely four months in office, Representative Domah is also reported to have given hundreds of scholarships to self-supporting students both within his constituency and other Liberians who hail from different regions across the country.
“He’s a man whose service to humanity cross-cuts across the country, and we have complete confidence in his ability to do more of this kind of good work for the people of District seven and Liberia as a whole,” the student movement said.
Responding to the honor, Representative Domah for his part thanked the student movement for recognizing his contribution to his constituency, his country, and the Liberian society in general. Rather than becoming complacent, lawmaker Domah vowed to continue to make positive trademarks within the district and the Liberian society as a whole.
“I want to thank the Concerned Student Movement of Liberia for this recognition and award presented me today,” Representative Domah said to the students.
He added: “The certificate today will help motivate me to even do more good things for my district and the people of Liberia because, I believe that it takes a few groups of committed people to bring positive change to a particular society. It does not require a multitude of people, and I am glad that you’ve recognized this effort, and I thank you for this prize.”