Liberia Massacre Survivors Association Inc (LIMASA), in collaboration with the Coalition for Justice in Liberia, Hold Memorial Service Program On December 24, 2017.
LIMASA is comprised of the living victims of Liberia’s brutal civil war which claimed the lives of more than 250,000 innocent, mainly women and children.
It has been more than 27 years with no justice or social services for war victims who are still suffering from the negative effects of war while living in impoverished conditions in Liberia: for instance, trauma from raped, tortured and living with other scars of war while the perpetrators are roaming freely across Liberia tormenting their helpless victims.
The memorial service program is being held under the theme, “Commemorating the past to seek Justice,” purposely to keep up with the memories of those who were senselessly murdered by rebels of various warring factions during the fourteen years Liberian violence.
Meanwhile, the group is seeking financial assistance, saying “Your financial donation is extremely important to have such a program to remember friends and families, who were murdered to not be forgotten.”
According to LIMASA, a minimum of $5 dollars donation will be highly appreciated.
http://inprofiledaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/2-1.png271606Elijah Jameshttp://inprofiledaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/logoz_Motto4.pngElijah James2017-12-18 05:12:142017-12-18 10:22:47War Victims Hold Memorial Service December 24 .