Ellen Calls For More Vigilance

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has called on the people of Grand Bassa County, especially members of the county task force on Ebola and health practitioners in the county, to be vigilant and proactive in the execution of their responsibilities.  This, the President said, would ensure that the Ebola virus is kicked out of the county and country.

When each individual or group diligently and efficiently executes its responsibilities,  the killer Ebola virus, which has claimed over 1000 lives,  will be contained in the country sooner than expected, she said.

Sending off the first batch of Ebola food relief to Liberia, Walter Gwenigale and members of Outreach Inc. and Lutheran Church of Hope

Ebola Food Relief Shipped to Liberia

Responding to the Ebola crisis and the request of The Ministry of Health of the Republic of Liberia, Iowa-based Outreach, Inc., shipped via sea freight the first 300,000 of over 700,000 meals to Liberia for patients in the Ebola Treatment Centers on Thursday, September 18According to Binyah C.

Internal Affairs Minister Morris Dukuly

AU to Deploys 200 Health Workers in Ebola Affeted Countries

The African Union (AU) is expected to deployed 200 health workers and other professionals,including nurses and doctors to Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone to help combat the deadly Ebola virus in the sub-region.

Africa Union’s Special Representative to Liberia, Amb. Toyin Solaja,said the deployment is a part of a joint AU-led military and civilian humanitarian mission code named African Union Support to Ebola Outbreak in West Africa (ASEOWA).

Alfalit donated several items to the Johnsonville residents

Alfalit, LGM Ebola Staff Storm Johnsonville Community

Phase 2 of Alfalit-Liberia and Liberia/Ghana Missions Ebola virus outreach drive support kicked off last week, leading staff and officials of the entities to storm the Johnsonville community with sensitization and awareness messages.

In an emotional encounter with the weary Ebola news residents and officials last Thursday, the group donated 300 bags of safe drinking water and awareness T-shirts as initial assistance.

Senators Armah Zolu Jallah, Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence and Morris Saytumah

GOL Officials’ Pay May Be Cut By 25%

Three Senators have sent a communication to the plenary of the Senate recommending 25 percent pay cut for officials of government.

The communication, dated February 14 and signed by Senators Morris G. Saytumah, Armah Zolu Jallah and Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence, has recommended that the Ways, Means and Finance Committee of the Senate and the Ministry of Finance immediately start an extensive and comprehensive review of expenditure.

The objective, accordingly, is to streamline government’s spending to meet important national development targets.


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