Naomi Seih told Capitol Tiems since the death of Mr. Page, operation at the farm has come to a standstill.
The farm which grows a variety of crop covers thirty-five acres of upland and thirty-two acres of wet land.
Key production includes oil palm, poultry, and other livestock, but the workers have since abandoned duty following the death of Melvin Page.
Extension to the Julia A. Marshall Memorial estate is a modern guest house which has also ceased to operate.
Page died in tragic motor accident last July, leaving the farm manager unable to pay salaries to workers.
Naomi Seih wants the government, philanthropists and women groups to come to her aid.
The deceased Chief Executive Officer of Trokon International and rights advocate, J. Melvin Page, got wounded after a tricycle, which is locally called ‘Keh-Keh’, that he was riding in from his home in Virginia to central Monrovia collided with a moving vehicle.
He was rushed to the J.F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital where he was admitted and a day after he was pronounced dead.
The late Melvin Page was noted for criticizing current and successive governments for what he called their roles in exploiting the country’s natural resources, and other ills in the Liberian society.
One of his advocacies was when he called for the independence of the judiciary in the new Liberia so envisaged.
He recalled that over the past years, the judicial system in Liberia has been practiced on what he called “who knows you or one with plenty money” basis.