By: Dougba K. McCay -Correspondent
An Ebola Survivor is calling on the Government of Liberia and the International Communities to come to her aid by helping her in order to claim her late mother’s properties. Speaking to the Inquirer recently at the C.H. Rennie Hospital, Helena Henry said after the death of her mother, she also came down with the virus and was later taken to the Ebola Treatment Unit (ETU) at ELWA in Monrovia but survived by the grace of God.
She further narrated that eight persons along with her mother died from the virus, and as such, she is the only survivor in her family.
Madam Henry added that since the death of her mother, she has been asked by some citizens of Bong Mines in Fuamah District, Lower Bong County not to step in that part of the county, because they alleged that it was her mother who took the virus to the District, something she said, the situation has made it difficult for her to get her late mother properties back.
Meanwhile Madam Henry is calling on the Government of Liberia, NGOs, philanthropists and County officials of Bong and Margibi to help her retriev e her late mother’s properties.