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Citizens Donate $100K Medical Supplies To Quadou Gboni
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Citizens Donate $100K Medical Supplies To Quadou Gboni
By Korboi Gbelewala, LINA Lofa County Correspondent

VIOINJAMA, July 15 (LINA) - Citizens of Quadou Gboni District in the Diaspora have donated medical supplies valued at US$100,000 to their tribesmen in the district in Lofa County.

The medical supplies, including an ambulance, drugs, pediatric blankets and walkers, among many other items, were donated on Monday, July 14 at the Lofa County administration building in Voinjama City, Lofa County.

Making the presentation on behalf of the Quadou Gboni citizens in the Diaspora, the Chairman of Quadou District citizens in Monrovia said the donation was the citizens’ way of buttressing government’s efforts aimed at providing quality health care delivery to the people.

According to the Liberia News Agency, Mr. Alhaji Varfee Konneh recalled that in April 2014, citizens of Quadou Gboni in the Diaspora donated several assorted medical items to the district to be distributed to Barkedou and Samodou in Quadou Gboni district in Lofa County.

Mr. Konneh cautioned citizens of the district to use the materials for the intended purpose, adding that the ambulance could be used for the entire county when the need arises, especially during this time of the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in the County.

Mr. Konneh further called on his people to cooperate with health workers in the County to fight the deadly Ebola virus.

Receiving the items on behalf of the Government, Lofa County Superintendent George Dunor lauded the citizens of Quadou Gboni in the Diaspora for the donation.

Superintendent Dunor described the donation as timely, noting that it could also help Government to enhance health care delivery in the county.

Superintendent Dunor urged the citizens of Quadou Gboni District to use the materials, especially the ambulance, for the intended purpose.

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