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BIN Assures Protection Of  Lofa Borders

By Korboi K Gbelewala, LINA Lofa County Correspondent

VOINJAMA, November 25 (LINA) -The Commander of the Lofa County Detachment of the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization (BIN), Col. Varfee Kromah, has assured citizens that entry points into the county will be secured during the campaign and senatorial election.

Speaking to newsmen in Voinjama recently, Kromah pointed out that personnel of BIN will ensure that no alien is allowed to penetrate the borders to take part in the upcoming senatorial election.

He indicated that management of the borders is their paramount concern during this period in the fight against Ebola and the holding of the Special Senatorial Election.

Meanwhile, Kromah has urged residents of Lofa County to continue observing the Ebola preventive measures and playing a role in protecting the borders to eradicate the virus from the county.

Lofa County shares borders with Guinea and Sierra Leone, both of whom are affected by the Ebola disease.


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