By Moses Owen Browne, Jr.
Golly wood Star John Dumelo in collaboration with Club Temptation on Christmas Day donated series of
assorted goods to new born babies in several hospitals within Monrovia, with ELWA Hospital in
Paynesville, receiving the highest. The items included baby pampers, baby cloths, toiletries, and
blankets, amongst others.
According to the donor, Mr. Dumelo, the gifts is his way of identifying with new born Liberian babies
while on his third visit in the country for the third annual Ciroc All white party held on the
eve of Christmas at the Club Temptation in Congo Town.
“This donation is part of my way of showing love for new born babies in Liberia through the John Dumelo
Foundation, which is geared towards helping children in need with medical and educational supplies,’’
Mr. Dumelo, beaming with smiles as he hand-delivered the items to mothers of new born babies in the
various hospitals, also disclosed that he would be in Liberia next April to donate more educational
items to schools and other academic institutions across the country.
On their part, the managers of Club Temptation, Bassiro Kante and Marjean Sherman told journalists
that a portion of the proceeds from the white party would go to ELWA hospital as a
contribution to the development of that hospital.
Nurses and patients at the various hospitals visited including ELWA, and extended thanks and appreciation
to the Ghanaian actor for the gesture as they called on others to emulate the good examples of a foreign
Moses Owen Browne, Jr. is Communications Development Specialist.
He currently works as Radio Programming Specialist/Rice Extension Officer for USAID’s Food and Enterprise
Development Program for Liberia.
He can be contacted on Cell #: +231-886-493-370 and emails:
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