MOTC Donates To Fight Against Ebola
The Management of the Monrovia Oil Trading Company (MOTC), an importer of petroleum products has brought into the country a consignment of Ebola vaccines and related drugs.
The consignment of Ebola vaccines and drugs which is valued at US$5,000.00 was recently donated to the Incident Management Team to help strengthen their effort in the fight against the deadly disease.
Making the presentation, Mr. Charles Carron CEO of MOTC and the General Manager Mr. James Sirleaf said this was a way of providing additional service to the public as a part of MOTC’s corporate social responsibility besides other previous contributions to the Ebola Trust Fund at the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL).
Mr. Sirleaf said the vaccines and drugs donated were the same drugs used recently in Europe on nurses infected with the virus while serving in West Africa.
Receiving the donation, Madame Mary Broh, member of the EBOLA TASK FORCE and Director General of the GSA, said she was pleased to receive such a timely donation from the MOTC.
Madame Broh receiving the drugs praised MOTC for the donation and expressed the wish that other corporate entities would emulate the good example of MOTC.
She noted that the fight against the deadly Ebola virus was not only a government thing but that of all Liberians and well-meaning people throughout the global
Madame Mary Broh said the donation by the MOTC will go a long way in the fight against the deadly EBOLA virus in Liberia.