Liberian Humanitarian Dr. Daniel Cassell Awards Scholarships, Present Gifts To Kids Of Deceased Lra Employee Gifty Lama

Dr. Daniel E. Cassell (Center), Mr. Sylvester Lama (right), Mr. Tapple E. Doe (left) and the kids on their bikes

MONROVIA – Renowned Liberian humanitarian, Dr. Daniel E. Cassell has awarded scholarship opportunities to the two kids of the deceased former employee of the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA), Gifty Asmah Lama and Sylvester Lama.

Dr. Cassell is the President/Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Dr. Cassell’s Foundation in Liberia.

He is also a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Pennsylvania, USA, a Licensed Clinical Drug and Alcohol Counselor (LCADC) in New Jersey and the President/Founder of the Kwenah Professional Health Services based in the United States.

It can be recalled that on Thursday, October 2, 2020, the lifeless bodies of the Assistant Commissioner for Internal Audit and acting Manager for Tax Payers of the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA), Albert Peters and Gifty Asmah Lama, were found in a vehicle on Broad Street in Monrovia during the early morning hours.

Making the pronouncement, Dr. Cassell disclosed that the two kids between the ages of four to six will attend any school of their choice from kindergarten until the completion of high school.

He recounted the educational journey of the fallen LRA employee.

He pointed out that the gesture, particularly the awarding of the scholarship, was intended to keep the dream of the beneficiaries’ mother alive at this time.

 “On behalf of the Dr. Cassell’s Foundation, I will like to extend this token to the kids during this festive season. In addition to this token, we will also like to extend to the legacy of your wife for the kids to start school. We will like to extend our foundation’s scholarship to the two kids from grade school to high school”.

Dr. Cassell also presented toys, including bicycles and others to the kids to encourage them to amuse themselves and have a fine time during this festive season.

For his part, the beneficiaries, through their father, Mr. Sylvester Lama commended the Liberian philanthropist for the awarding of scholarships and the presentation of toys to his children.

He expressed confidence that God will recognize and bless Dr. Cassell and his foundation for the gesture.

“On behalf of my late wife and kids, we highly appreciate the Dr. Cassell’s Foundation. What you have done for my family, only God Almighty will reward you. We want to be grateful to you and your family”.

Joy and excitement were seen on the faces of the kids as they listened to the pronouncement made and received their toys from Dr. Cassell.