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BCCC Donates To Bomi County Ebola Task Force
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BCCC Donates To Bomi County Ebola Task Force

By David Seedee, LINA Bomi Coounty Correspondent

TUBMANBURG, September 4 (LINA) - The President of the Bomi County Community College (BCCC), Dr. Samuel Monwell, has presented L$25,000 to the Bomi County Ebola Task Force in support of its work.

Presenting the amount on behalf of the Board of Trustees and the Administration of the College, Dr. Monwell said they are moved by the efforts the Task Force was exerting to eradicate the Ebola disease from the county.

Dr. Monwell made the presentation during the regular meeting of the County Task Force at the Liberia Government Hospital in Tubmanburg Wednesday.

He said the amount is an initial contribution from the college and that 10 students who will be selected to serve on the Task Force to carry out awareness will be paid by the Board of Trustees.

Receiving the amount, the Coordinator of the Task Force, County Superintendent Samuel Brown said the Force needs financial and moral support to fight the disease.

Coordinator Brown said the gesture of the Board of Trustees and the Administration of College is timely and will help the task force to strengthen its capacity to eradicate the virus from Bomi.

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