Liberia: Margibi Dist. 3 Rep. Ellen Attoh-Wreh Donates Assorted Materials to Division 38 Clinic
Firestone, Margibi County – Margibi County District 3 Representative Ellen Attoh-Wreh has donated assorted medical and non-medical materials to Division 38 clinic operated by Firestone-Liberia hired contractor (Seema Contractor Services).
The donated materials include a 2.5KVA generator, five medical beds, four pieces of mattresses, two standing fans, eight drip stands, amongst others.
Rep. Attoh-Wreh, presenting the materials said the donation was triggered by a request from the locals to her office to assist the clinic with these items because it was on the brink of closure due to the lacking of these basic materials to effectively run the facility.
“We believe that once this clinic is here; it makes it easy for you to run here, especially pregnant women to get that basic treatment and ease that stress of traveling over bike to get to kakata for treatment,” she said.
Rep. Attoh-Wreh at the same time promised to continuously work with inhabitants of Division 38 and its environs to ensure that the clinic is up-to-date in order to be able to cater to the basic healthcare needs of the people.
She, however, admonished the citizens to join forceswith the local healthcare providers in ensuring that the facility is keep clean at all times and they must not relent in seeking for her support to activities and programs that could benefit the majority.
For his part, Bob T. Bundo, the Chief ExecutiveOfficer (CEO) of the Seema Contractor Services,lauded the Margibi County District# 3 Representative for the donation, terming the gesture as ‘welcoming and timely’.
Bundo: “We are just overwhelmed with Rep. Attoh-Wreh donation to this health facility, especially at a time this place was at the point of closure due the lack of these essential materials”.
He noted that the materials will go a long way inkeeping the clinic open and functional, noting that is in the interest of the thousand of workforce in Division 38 camp and other Divisions on the Firestone Plantation.
Mr. Bundo added that clinic also provide basic healthcare delivery to citizens of Grand Bassa that come from across the Farmington River to seek medication on a daily from the facility.
Meanwhile, Rep. Ellen Attoh-Wreh on Sunday, March 28, broke grounds for the construction of a US$10,000 modern town hall project in 26th Gate Community in Kakata.
Speaking at the groundbreaking ceremony, the Margibi County Lawmaker said the construction of the moderntown hall is in fulfillment of promise made to the residents of 26th Gate Community who had earlier on requested her office for the project.
“This project is going to be for the people of 26th Gate Community and the entire District# 3 because whoeverthat will pass this route to Firestone could sit here to rest and even have meeting”, Rep. Attoh-Wreh asserted.
Responding in a jubilant mood, the Chairman of 26thGate Community said it was unprecedented to have asitting lawmaker initiating the construction of a modern town all project in the community since its establishment in 1933.
Aaron Q. Saye said the town hall project will contribute immensely in fostering the developmentdrive of their community as people will be able to collectively meet to discuss issues affecting theircommunity.