In a conversation with The Capitol Times in Todee, Rev. Nyumah mentioned that since its construction the school's dormitory is yet to be utilized by the students.
He disclosed that funding for the construction was made available by President Johnson-Sirleaf through the US$500,000.00 she received as a result of winning the Nobel Peace Prize in 2011.
On April 7, 2016, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf dedicated and turned over the dormitory named "Peace Dorm" to the Presbyterian Todee Mission School.
The Liberian leader at the occasion extolled the commitment and courage of Mrs. Ophelia F. Johnson, Board Chair of the Presbyterian Todee Mission in Montserrado County for her excellent role played in reactivating Todee Mission, which was destroyed as a result of the 14-year old civil war.
President Johnson-Sirleaf mentioned at the occasion: “There are two things that impress me; the commitment of Mrs. Ophelia F. Johnson and the Kids from the villages that go to school free, except those who come from far.
She used the occasion to pay homage to all those who put in their time in building the Todee Presbyterian Mission School. President Sirleaf said her desire to construct the dormitory was aimed at directing what Jesus Christ has blessed her with to share with others.
The Liberian Chief Executive noted that children who will be attending the school will learn values for their enrichment, adding, she would always be encouraged to lend a helping hand to people who mean well for Liberia.