5 September 2014

Liberia: LIBA Donates Fuel to Ebola Task Force

The Liberia Business Association Bong County Chapter has presented 191 gallons of fuel to the Bong County Ebola Task Force. Making the presentation recently on behalf of the chapter, its coordinator Moses Marston, said, based on the level of work being done by the task force; the association deems it necessary to identify with some key actors in the fight against the Ebola virus. He promised the business community's commitment to the ongoing fight in the county.

Mr. Marston on behalf of his institution also presented 30 gallons of fuel to the office Superintendent Selena Polson Mappy and another 30 gallons of fuel to the Joint Security of Bong.

Receiving the fuel on behalf of the Bong County Ebola Taskforce, Superintendent Mappy commended the business community for the gesture and assured that it will be used for the intended purpose. The Superintendent also conveyed special thanks to the business community, especially for making available 30 gallons of fuel to her office.


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