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Bong Lawmaker Dedicates 9-Bedroom Clinic

The Representative of Electoral District #2 in Bong County, Prince Karmue Moye has dedicated a nine (9)-bedroom clinic in Nyaita, Yeindawoin Clan. The clinic is the first to be constructed in the clan since its establishment more than fifty years.

(L-R) New constructed Clinic, Hon. Edward Karfiah, Hon. Prince Moye, Senator Henry Willie Yallah

Giving an overview of the project, Representative Moye said the project was a fulfillment of one of the campaign promises made by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in 2011, when she visited the clan.

The Co-Chairman of the House’s Ways, Means and Finance Committee said as a Lawmaker who takes the interest of his people above all others, the erection of the clinic in the remote town of Nyaita became a priority when he was elected.

The Lawmaker expressed happiness for the completion of a project that will significantly affect the well-being of the citizens of Nyaita and surrounding towns and villages. Rep. Moye praised President Sirleaf for the gesture, putting the cost of the facility at more than US$50,000.00.

Also speaking, Bong Legislative Caucus Chairman, Senator Henry Willie Yallah lauded Representative Moye for being what he called a ‘Legislative fighter’. Senator Yallah expressed the belief that the clinic will provide better healthcare to the people of the clan, especially during this Ebola crisis.

The Bong Legislative Caucus Chairman then pledged the caucus’ commitment to collaborating with healthcare authorities in whatever way to tackle the current Ebola outbreak.

Presenting the keys earlier, Bong County Health Officer, Dr. Simpson Arzoaquoi described the Nyaita Clinic as a major priority to the Bong County health team, while recommitting their willingness to work for the people. Dr. Arzoaquoi took along all of the materials needed to run the health facility, including drugs and other household utensils to be used by nurses who will take assignment at the clinic.

Residents of the clan, who attended the dedication of the clinic, expressed gratitude to the Rep. Prince Moye, adding that they did not make any mistake to elect President Sirleaf and him in 2011. They further noted that they were glad that the health facility has been opened to give healthcare, especially during this Ebola crisis.

The Yeindawoin Clan residents believed that the effort of Representative Prince Moye will forever remain in history as the first person to take health care services to the clan. Yeindawoin Clan hosts a population of over fifteen thousand people.

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