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Minister Kpadeh Wants A Return To Functional Society
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Deputy Information Minister Robert Kpadeh

 

 

 

Minister Kpadeh Wants A Return To Functional Society
By Wilfred Gortor/LINA

MONROVIA, November 3 (LINA) - Deputy Information Minister Robert Kpadeh has stressed the need for children to return to school and commercial activities restored to return Liberia to a fully functional society.

Kpadeh, however, observed that these can only be achieved if Liberians continue to adhere to Ebola preventive measures to overcome the prolonged health crisis caused by the virus.

The deputy minister made the call Monday at the Ministry of Information Ebola daily press briefing held at the Ministry in Monrovia.

Kpadeh’s statement was in response to reports that many Liberians are now responding to the country’s health crisis in a rather complacent manner amidst reports of reduced Ebola case loads in parts of the country.

Kpadeh cautioned that Ebola has a history of resurgence, especially when people perceive that it is eradicated.

He pointed out that many sectors of the country have become stagnant due to the disease, adding, “We can only have everything working for us again if Ebola is defeated, and it requires that we exert more efforts at this time.”

Meanwhile, Kpadeh commended Liberians for supporting government's effort to combat the Ebola disease, and expressed optimism that the country will soon overcome the Ebola epidemic.
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