Monrovia, Liberia - May 9, 2020: The Liberia Services Corporation Incorporated (LSCI) has donated 50kg bags of rice, 10 cartons of clora/bleach
and 10 cartons of powder/tie soap to the Executive Committee on Coronavirus of Liberia (ECOC) and the Monrovia City Corporation (MCC) as their initial contribution towards the containment and prevention of the coronavirus pandemic in Liberia.
Mr. H. Kwaku Addy President/CEO of LSCI lauded the selfless efforts of the Executive Committee on Coronavirus of Liberia led by the workaholic Mary T. Broh in tackling COVID 19.
"We are cognizant of the reality that resources are scarce and the entire World is down due to this pandemic -hence, we are placing our little resources at your disposal through food and non-food items to help curb this invisible enemy from our Country", CEO Addy expressed during the donation. According to Kwaku Addy, a consolidated effort by all is what is required now to help defeat COVID -19 and as such, there is absolutely no help that would be considered little or nothing.
The Liberia Services Corporation Incorporated is a service institution that provides spaces for vehicles parking horizontally on the streets of Liberia. In addition to maintaining City ordinance, LSCI has provided job opportunities for dozens of Liberians.
Receiving the donation, Madam Mary T. Broh, Director General of the General Service Agency (GSA) and National Coordinator of the COVID -19 Response Team extended thanks and appreciations on behalf of His Excellency President George Manneh Weah, the Liberian people and the COVID-19 Response Team.
"I have seen the work your institution is doing in lifting Liberians out of poverty through job creation as well as maintaining city ordinance, this is extraordinary and worth commendations by all Liberians", Madam averred.
"Rest assured that every grain of rice and drop of bleach will be used for its intended purpose and accounted for by the ECOC and MCC", Mary Broh assured.
Madam Broh presented a donor certificate of appreciation to LSCI for identifying with the ECOC during this global health crisis.
The coordinator of the Executive Committee on Coronavirus of Liberia is calling on Liberians, in general, to take seriously all approved preventive measures recommended by health practitioners to stay safe.