Liberia: Doxx Bett Gives US$2K to Madam Broh toward GOL’s Covid-19 Fight


Monrovia – Doxx Bett, one of the sports betting companies in Liberia, has handed US$2000 over to Madam Mary T. Broh, National Coordinator of the Executive Committee of COVID 19 Response Center, as part of their contributions towards Liberia’s fight against the COVID 19.

By A. Macaulay Sombai, [email protected] 0777217428

The gesture was made recently at the GSA, where the betting company’s Managing Director, Branislav Laysonek, presented the cash as their contribution towards the government’s fight.

After she had received the money, Madam Broh, who is also the Director-General of the Government’s General Services Agency (GSA), highlighted that despite the challenges that most businesses are now faced with, they take upon themselves to come and join the government to stop the spread of the virus.

According to Madam Broh, not many businesspeople will make such gesture because of the economic strains that are presently affecting businesses.”

“Thanks to you all for your contribution; the most interesting thing is for you to come to us, despite all of the difficulties you are going through as a business and say ‘Look we live in this country and we are part of you because we do business here and we hope things are going to get better because we are going to beat the virus.’ I am very pleased and impressed. We will not forget you for what you have done for the people of Liberia today,” Madam Broh said.

Earlier as he handed the cash over the GSA Director-General, Doxx Bett Managing Director Laysonek acknowledged that its high time that everybody got involved with the fight against the virus. He cautioned everyone to take the virus seriously.

Said Laysonek: “Under this circumstances, we have come to donate US$2,000 to the government’s COVID 19 Response Center on behalf of Doxx Bett Company. We join hands with you in the fight against this dangerous epidemic. We will keep on praying along with you as we all continue our fight against the virus.”