Deputy Moye Donates Consignment Of Medical Supply To Five Clinics In Gbarnga
In continuation of his gesture to the people of the County, the office of Liberia’s Deputy Speaker Prince Kermue Moye donates consignment of medical supply to five clinics in Gbarnga, Bong County.
Some of the items donated include five delivery beds, several cartons of face masks and gloves, four mattresses, eleven cartons of scrubs amongst others.
Health centers that benefited from the Liberia deputy speaker’s gesture are the Determiner Clinic, the African fundamental Baptist clinic, the Soul-winning Baptist clinic, Lamp clinic and Zeekazo clinic in Gbarnga.
Making the presentation of the medical supply Monday, June 24 in Gbarnga, the Liaison between the office of the Deputy Speaker and the Bong county health team Rebecca Smith stated that the medical items donated will help the government of President George Manneh Weah Pro-Poor Agenda for prosperity and development through the health sector.
Miss Rebecca Smith said the Bong county Lawmaker remains committed to living up to promises made to the people of the county especially in the area of health by providing those needed materials or equipment to healthcare providers.
Taking delivery of the medical equipment’s, two officials of the Determiner and the soul-winning Baptist clinic extended commendations to the office of the Liberia deputy speaker describing the supply as timely.
They two officials further assured speaker Moye the proper usages of materials in order to have a safe living environment for patients.
At can be recalled that, Deputy Speaker Prince Moye and Representative Albert Hills in April of this year donated huge consignment of medical supplies to Bong Mines, Phebe and the C.B Dunbar Maternity hospitals in Bong County.
According to Deputy Speaker Moye and Rep. Hills the presentation was in response to the numerous public outcries about the shortages of meaningful hospital equipment for the smooth operations of the health facilities in Bong and parts adjacent.
They further said the medical supplies to the three government-run health centers in the County, are some of their returns benefits form their visit to the United States of America upon the invitation of a US Congress Man Eric Paulson in 2018.
The two Lawmakers recited that their visit to the United States was also intended to strengthen bilateral ties between Liberia and US congressman.
The Bong County electoral District#1 and District#2 Representatives said while in the US, they were able to lobby with International Partners and permanent Liberians residing in the US to help the Liberian health sector with medical supplies.