Grand Gedeh Superintendent, Peter L. Solo.
Grand Gedeh Sets Up 14-Man Ebola Task Force
By Chris Nyenapee,
LINA Grand Gedeh County Correspondent ZWEDRU CITY, August 8 (LINA)- A14-man Task Force to help prevent the spread of the deadly Ebola virus in Grand Gedeh County was Friday set up by Superintendent Peter L. Solo. The
county level Task Force, chaired by Superintendent Solo, comprises the Liberia National Police, Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization, UNMIL, Christian
and Muslim communities and the Liberia National Red Cross Society of Liberia. The Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent, Olaska W. Barh, told
the Liberia News Agency Friday that he Task Force was set up following a lengthy meeting during which citizens and residents of Grand Gedeh were given
updates by the health authorities in the county about the disease. Barh said the work of the committee is to disseminate information about Ebola in order to
prevent it from entering Grand Gedeh, one of several counties not yet hit by the disease.