Grand Cape Mount County Superintendent Imam Mohammed A. Paasewe
Supt. Paasewe On County-wide Anti-Ebola Campaign
By D.Ignatius Roberts, LINA Grand Cape Mount County Correspondent
ROBERTSPORT, September 4 (LINA) - Grand Cape Mount County Superintendent Imam Mohammed A. Paasewe has embarked on a five-day county-wide Ebola prevention awareness campaign.
The tour started on Monday with three separate meetings held with the citizens of Gola Konneh District in the Lofa Bridge community, Weiju Town and Tahn Town, the headquarters of the district.
He admonished the citizens to adhere to preventive measures announced by the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare to avoid the spread of the disease in the county.
Superintendent Paasewe also warned citizens to desist from harboring suspected Ebola patients in their towns and villages so that together they will eradicate Ebola from the county and Liberia.
According to the Liberia News Agency, Superintendent Paasewe said his administration will not hesitate to arrest and prosecute anyone found harboring suspected Ebola patients.
He said in order to kick Ebola out of the area and Liberia, his administration is conducting a door-to-door Ebola prevention campaign in towns and villages in the five districts of the county.
The County Ebola Task Force Coordinator disclosed that 29 persons are currently on the quarantine list in the county and warned them to stop roaming the streets as government is doing everything possible to seek their welfare.
Earlier, the Dean of Elders of Lofa Bridge Town, Momo Thomas and the Commissioner of the district, Amos Musa, thanked the Superintendent for the efforts to enlighten the citizens on methods to prevent the Ebola disease.
Meanwhile, the Superintendent’s tour continues to Porkpa, Tewor, Garwula and Commonwealth districts to spread the anti-Ebola message.