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As fulfillment by it’s ED, Alliance Home Health Care donates to Felmausa

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Minnesota, USA – The Executive Director of  the Alliance Home Health Care (AHHC) and Tuma Beauty System ( TBS) in Minnesota has donated $4,000.00 dollars to Felmausa, the Federation of Liberian Mandingo Association in the USA.

Fatuma Fofana, Executive Director of  the Alliance Home Health Care and Tuma Beauty System.

Fatuma Fofana, Executive Director of the Alliance Home Health Care and Tuma Beauty System.

The donation according to a dispatch from Manyou Bility of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, chairman of Felmausa Education Committee, is in fulfillment of promises made by Fatuma Fofana of Minnesota at the federation’s last convention in Newark, New Jersey.

The dispatch quoted Ms. Fofana as saying that her priority is to help in human resource capacity building of underprivileged people in order to overcome barriers in their lives.

Ms. Fofana, current treasurer of Felmausa, according to report made a $500.00 donation to Felmausa earlier this year as her initial contribution to the education program of the federation.

According to Mr. Bility, Ms. Fofana is the highest contributor to the Felmausa Education Committee so far. The committee’s goal is to provide scholarships to underprivileged and qualified students in Liberia.

Mr. Bility in a public disclosure  yesterday extended thanks and appreciations to Ms. Fofana and employees of her two businesses for helping in “Uplifting others to realize their dreams.”

Passionate community members yesterday extended thanks and appreciations to Ms. Fofana at the baby naming ceremony of Mr./Mrs. Momoh Dudu’s in the city of Oswego, Minnesota.

As per Islamic teaching and Mandingo tradition, neighbors gather at the home of a newborn to witness the naming of a baby. The ceremony is officiated by a clergyman or an Imam.

Yesterday’s naming ceremony brought together host of community members who listened to a brief sermon by Imam Mohamed Dukuly.

Instead of naming the baby after Momoh Dudu’s mother, his mother in turn asked him to give the name to his grandmother, Aminata.  The occasion was graced by a mixture of African food which was provided by the family and deserving community members.

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