By Jefferson D.Tweh
A former employee of the Liberia Petroleum Refinery Company (LPRC), Mr. Henry Garbah is suffering from a stomach growth and needs an urgent medical treatment.
In an exclusive interview with this paper, Mr.Garbay said he got sick last year December and his relatives took him to the Methodist Hospital in Ganta, Nimba County to seek medical care where some doctors and nurses advised him to go under operation at the hospital.
Mr.Garbay told this paper that a doctor identified as Wolokollie operated on him at the Methodist Hospital in Ganta last year and since then he has been experiencing stomach growth without any solution.
“When my people took me to the John F. Kennedy Hospital for medical treatment, some doctors and nurses told me that the man who operated on me at the Methodist Hospital in Ganta, Nimba County did not do it well and they advised me to go out of Liberia and seek medical care because they were incapacitated because of the Ebola outbreak, ”Mr.Garbay explained to our reporter.
Meanwhile Mr. Garbay is calling on the Management of the Liberia Petroleum Refinery Company (LPRC), United States Ambassador to Liberia, Madam Deborah Malac, President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Chinese Ambassador to Liberia, German Ambassador to Liberia, Civil Society Organizations, Non-Governmental Organizations, Human Rights Groups, Charitable Organizations, International partners and humanitarians to render him assistance to enable him go abroad and seek medical treatment and save his life. Mr. Henry Garbay was a former Superintendent and served at the Maintenance Department from1969-1990 at the Liberia Petroleum Refinery Company.