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Nazarene Church Lauds Gov’t Resilience In Ebola Fight
By Robert Dixon
MONROVIA, October 18 (LINA) - The Superintendent of the Monrovia District Church of Nazarene, Rev. T. Wilson Zleh, has praised the Liberian government for steps taken to combat the Ebola virus.
He said the efforts being employed by the government are commendable and should be welcomed by all Liberians as the disease has claimed the lives many persons.
Rev. Zleh observed that since the outbreak of the Ebola disease in the country, government has continued to demonstrate resilience in fighting it and has embraced whatever it takes to eradicate the disease from Liberia.
Speaking in an interview with the Liberia News Agency at his Lynch Street office in Monrovia, Rev. Zleh praised government for going the extra mile to ensure that the disease is eradicated from the country.
He urged Liberians to desist from politicizing the health crisis and concentrate on how the deadly disease can be eradicated.
The Nazarene Church Superintendent also admonished Liberians to be patriotic and desist from engaging in acts that have the propensity to hinder the progress of the nation, and join the government to fight this regional crisis.
Rev. Zleh has meanwhile disclosed that the Monrovia District Church of the Nazarene in Liberia has begun a massive sensitization and awareness campaign in Montserrado, Margibi, Bong, Nimba and Grand Bassa counties on the Ebola virus
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