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Liberia, a pace-setter in Ebola fight-Ghanas Foreign Minister

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 The  Ghanaian  Foreign Minister, H.E. Hannah S. Tetteh, President, Faure Gnassingbe and President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf
The Ghanaian Foreign Minister, H.E. Hannah S. Tetteh, President, Faure Gnassingbe and President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf

(elbcradio.com/May 12, 2015)-Ghana’s Foreign Minister, Hannah Teteh, has described Liberia as a pace-setter in the fight against Ebola.

Minister Teteh said: “The Ebola story will never be forgotten by all Liberians and their colleagues around the world.”
She also noted that Liberia cannot be developed, if it continues to be isolated, because of Ebola’s presence in the country.

The Ghanaian Foreign Minister made the statement Monday, May 11, 2015 at the Centennial Memorial Pavilion in Monrovia, where programs marking the official certification of Liberia as an Ebola free nation, was held.

Dr. Teteh appealed to countries that suspended their flights to Liberia, during the heat of the Ebola crisis, to resume operations in the West African nation immediately.
The Ghana Foreign Minister urged the international community, including African countries, to help Guinea and Sierra Leone overcome the virus.

Dr. Teteh then paid tributes to international partners, Health Workers and the entire Liberian leadership, led by President Ellen Johnson Sirlea.

 


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