By Jefferson D.Tweh
In an effort to fight the deadly Ebola virus that is claiming the lives of many inhabitants in the country, the D.Twe Alumni Association has demonstrated its commitment by donating Ebola materials to the D.Tweh Memorial High School in New Kru Town, to enable the students and the administration take special preventive measures and avoid contracting the virus. A computer printer was also donated to help enhance the students’ computer literacy.
.Making the presentation of the Ebola materials to the principal of D.Tweh Memorial High School, Mr. Alfred Nagbe, the acting president of the Association, Atty Philip N.Wesseh said the donation was intended to help the school fight the Ebola disease.
He said although the Ebola cases are reducing in the country, people should not be complacent in this furious fight until this unidentified demon is vanquished. He encouraged the administration and the students to use the Ebola materials for the intended purpose.
Atty.Wesseh praised the members of D.Tweh Alumni Association for their great contributions they are making to the institution. “We cannot forget about D.Tweh Memorial High School and if you have problem in this school, let us know,” he said.
He gave special recognition to graduate Peter Teah for being instrumental in getting the anti-Ebola items and printer for the school.
Also speaking during the presentation, Mr. Teah who is Chief Executive Officer of Boutros Security Service said the Association will always seek the interest of the institution. He urged the school administration and students to strictly adhere to the preventive measures because Ebola is deadly and is described in all negative forms superlatively.
Receiving the items, the principal of the school, Mr. Alfred Nagbe, lauded the Association for its significant contributions to the institution and appealed to the Association to continue the indelible supports to their alma mater.