By Maddieu A. A .T. Kabbah
A Sierra Leonean based in the United States of America this past Sunday donated used clothing worth more than twelve million Leones to handicap youths at ECOWAS Street in Freetown.
Handing over the items, Mr. Osman Sesay, said that since he was in Holland before moving to the United states of America, he had plans to help the less privileged people especially the younger ones after the devastation of the 11 years brutal war in the country.
He said he was grateful to Mission of Love who generously donated the used clothing to him for distribution to the handicapped.
He explained that he used his own money, time and energy to ship the items into the country.
“Seeing the disabled youths putting on the clothes gives me so much joy and happiness and I will always try my best to continue to help them,” he enthused.
Receiving the items the director of the Handicapped Youth Organisation, Mr. Abdul Thomas Sesay, said he was lost of words to describe Mr. Osman Sesay’s generosity.
He pointed out that this was the first time they were receiving such a donation, which he said they highly appreciated.
He described the Mission of Love as a real mission that has love for needy people which he observed was the reason they have extended their love to the disabled youths of Sierra Leone.
He said they will forever remain grateful to Mr. Osman Sesay for thinking about them, promising that they will put the items to good use