Bomi County Superintendent Samuel Folley Brown
BCHT Receives Donations To Fight Ebola
By David Pamas Seedee
TUBMANBURG, Nov 2(LINA) -The Booker Washington Institute (BWI) Alumni Against Ebola on Friday, October 31, donated seven buckets with faucets, Clorox and soap to the Bomi County Health Team to enhance its capacity to fight the deadly Ebola virus.
Presenting the items on behalf of the organization, the vice President-elect for administration, Thomas Parker, said the BWI Alumni are happy with the performance of the Bomi County Health Team.
Receiving the donation on behalf of the BCHT, Superintendent Samuel Folley Brown said the offices of the health team are always open to receive donations that will help health workers eradicate the Ebola Virus from the county.
He assured that the donations will be used for the intended purpose. In a related development, Bomi County Representative Samuel G. Karmoh has donated a drum of fuel oil to the Bomi County Health Team (BCHT).
Making the donation on Friday in Tubmanburg, Representative Karmoh said his contribution is intended to buttress the efforts of the BCHT to fight and eradicate the Ebola Virus from the county.
Representative Karmoh said it is necessary at this time that genuine and meaningful donations are made directly to the BCHT to enable it fight and defeat the deadly disease from the county.