Monrovia — The National Executive Committee of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), upon the recommendations of its Political Leader, Amb. George M. Weah herewith announces the formation of a special Taskforce to assist the Government of Liberia in the fight against the Ebola virus.
The decision to accelerate its collaboration with government in the fight to contain the deadly virus ensued out of a meeting of the National Executive Committee, requested by Ambassador Weah, who serves as Ex-officio Member of the taskforce.
The formation of the Taskforce accentuates the CDC's urge for urgent and strengthened collective approach, deploying all of its nationwide substructures, logistics and harnessed human resources in its collaboration with government and humanitarian institutions to save lives and prevent any further escalation of the disease.
In its wisdom, the CDC's Executive Committee has designated several members of the Taskforce to lead an effective anti-Ebola awareness program across the fifteen political subdivisions of the country, consistent with the party's agenda to expand outreach efforts to every village, town, city and clan.
Members of the Taskforce are as follows:
Saar Joseph (Hon), Chairman
Dr. Peter Coleman (Sen.), 1st Vice Chairman
Thomas Fallah (Hon.), 2nd Vice Chairman
Mulbah K. Morlu, Secretary General
Wilson K. Tarpeh (Prof), Member
Duana Kamara (Prof), Chair/Bomi
Bhofah Chambers(Dr.), Member
Julius Berrien(Hon.), Member
Macdonald A. Wento, Member
Acarous Gray(Hon.), Member
Solomon George(Hon.), Member
Samoa Wolokollie, Member
Ronald Mendscole, Member
Edward Forh (Hon.), Member
Foday Kromah (Dr.), Chair/Grand Cape Mount County
Augustus Flomo, Chair/Bong
Teplah Reeves(Cllr.), Chair/Rivercess
Yarmie Quaquay Gbesay(Cllr.), Chair/Nimba
Galakpai Kortemai, Chair/Lofa
Festus R.B. Logan(Rev.), Member
Alieu Bah, Member
Jefferson T. Koijee, Member
Isaac Roberts, Member
Famatta Roesler, Member
Aidolf Lawrence (Hon.), Member
Meanwhile, the party hereby calls on all citizens and residents of the country to continue to observe appropriate safety measures necessary to deescalate the outbreak.