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VP Boakai Donates Medical Supplies To Redemption Hospital
Date Uploaded: Aug 16, 2016

Vice President Joseph N. Boakai

 

VP Boakai Donates Medical Supplies To Redemption Hospital

MONROVIA, August 16 (LINA) - Vice President Joseph N. Boakai has reassured Liberians that rebuilding the heath sector remains one of the top priorities of the Unity Party-led government.

He said partnering with philanthropists and organizations in the process of rebuilding the health program of the country is also high on the agenda, adding,  “We will continue to identify areas of collaboration in this regard.”

Vice President Boakai gave the assurance Monday in the Borough of New Kru Town when he donated an assortment of medical supplies to the Redemption Hospital, the only free referral medical facility in the country serving Gbarpolu, Bomi and Grand Cape Mount Counties and surrounding areas.

Receiving the items, authorities at Redemption Hospital thanked the Vice President and pointed out that the importance of the donation cannot be overemphasized and recalled similar donations by the Vice President in the recent past, including the nourishing tuna fish from the United Kingdom donated by His Church Charities International.

Redemption Hospital authorities used the occasion to appeal for increased budgetary allotment to the hospital.

The medical items were donated to the Redemption Hospital through the instrumentality of Liberia’s Honorary Consul in Atlanta, Georgia, Cynthia Blandford Nash at the request of Vice President Boakai.
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