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Pres. Sirleaf Bids Farewell To Independence Day Orator Nyan
MONROVIA, August 23 (LINA) - President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has extended farewell to Liberia’s renowned biomedical research scientist and orator of Liberia’s 169th Independence Day, Dr. Dougbeh Nyan on Tuesday when he paid a courtesy call on the Liberia leader at her office in Monrovia.
Earleir, Dr. Nyan expressed thanks and appreciation to President Sirleaf for the invitation and opportunity afforded him to be a part of the July 26 Independence Day Celebration to come and speak to the Liberian people.
Dr. Nyan described the opportunity as a “great moment” for him and his family, especially his two children who, according to him, were in Liberia for the first time, according to an Executive Mansion release.
He was accompanied to the office of the President by Liberia’s Chief Medical Officer and Deputy Health Minister Dr. Francis Nah Kateh and Atty. Medina Wesseh.
In remarks, the Liberian leader commended Dr. Nyan for performing such crucial national duty very well, congratulated him for honoring the invitation and hoped that he will always come back to continue with the rebuilding process of Liberia.
To his credit, Dr. Nyan recently invented a Rapid Multiplex Quantitative Diagnostic Test that can detect pathogens such as Ebola, HIV, Zika, Plasmodium (Malaria), Yellow Fever virus, Dengue virus, Hepatitis B, C, and E, and West Nile virus, just to name a few.