Worship Center Empowers Nat’l Ebola Task Force
By Jefferson D. Tweh
In an effort to fight the Ebola virus that has claimed the lives of many people in the country, the Jubilee Praise and Worship Center Church on the Old Road has demonstrated its commitment by donating three boxes of Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE), 170 cartoons of dehydration solution and other essential medical clothing to National Task Force on Ebola.
Making the presentation at the GSA Compound yesterday, Jubilee Bishop, John Allan Klayee, said in as much as it is true that Ebola cases are dropping, there is a need that Liberians continue the fight against the virus until it can be eradicated.
Bishop Klayee explained how the donation was made possible through his Church that has lobbied in England and United States of America to help fight the deadly Ebola virus and that the Church will also distribute drugs in many clinics in Montserrado County.
He lauded the National Taskforce on Ebola for the great effort in making the fight against Ebola to be a success story in Liberia. Receiving the items on behalf of Task Force, the Logistics Coordinator of the Incident Management System, DorborJallah praised the Worship Center Church for the great contribution.
Mr. Jallah noted that few months ago 400 Ebola cases were reported but now less than 2 cases are being reported at some ETU while some are reporting empty beds noting that the National Taskforce has made great progress in the fight against Ebola in the country.