Bomi County Flag
Bomi Citizens Urged To Watch People’s Movement
By David Pamas Seedee, LINA Bomi County Correspondent
TUBMANBURG, March 8 (LINA) – A citizen of Bomi County, Mr. T. Sando Boakai, has urged the people of Dewein District to keep watch on the movement of people in and out of the district even as the Ebola virus subsides.
Boakai made the statement Friday in Bogbeh, Dewein District, Bomi County when he met with Chiefs, Elders, and Youths of Tulaymu and Dogbeh Towns.
Boakai, who is currently visiting Liberia from the United States, said the responsibility and the commitment shown by the Coordinator of the Task Force, Superintendent Samuel Brown, and the County Health Officer, Dr. Gabriel Logan, in curbing the virus, are laudable and worth commendation.
He said his visit back home is a fact-finding tour to enable citizens from Dewein District residing in the United States to assist the Ebola-affected communities in the district.
He said the efforts applied by the Task Force, County Health Team, community people, international and local partners and the government led to the eradication of the deadly disease.
Senior elder of the district, Seh Karnley, responding on behalf of the chiefs, elders and youth, noted that the people of the district are proud because their children in America are still thinking about them.
Bomi County for the past 93 days has not reported any new case of the Ebola virus.