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Liberian Ambassador To US Donates To Institutions In Bong

Ambassador Jeremiah Sulunteh
(LINA) - Liberia’s Ambassador to the United States, Mexico and Canada, Jeremiah Sulunteh, has presented L$200,000 to the administration of the Bong County Technical College (BCTC) to help upgrade the institution.
He has also provided US$500 to the C.B Dunbar Maternal Hospital in Gbarnga and two drums of gasoline to Radio Gbarnga and Super Bongese Radio.
Speaking during the presentation of the money and items in Gbarnga Thursday, Ambassador Sulunteh said it was his way of identifying with the institutions in their service to the people of Liberia.
On the Bong County Technical College, Ambassador Sulunteh said it was regrettable for the college to still be squatting at the William V.S. Tubman- Gray High School when other community colleges have moved to their own facilities.
The Liberian diplomat attributed this to the politicization of activities of the college coupled with poor financial management in the county.
Sulunteh believes the BCTC can only make progress when Bong County citizens prioritize its development and desist from politicizing its activities.
He lauded the administration of the C.B Dunbar Hospital for the level of work done in improving maternal health in central Liberia.
He said the hospital as the only specialized maternal healthcare institution in central Liberia continues to support government and partners in the fight against maternal and new born mortality in the country.
Ambassador Sulunteh lauded Radio Gbarnga and Super Bongese Radio for their support to government agenda, especially the critical role the two stations played during the Ebola outbreak in Liberia.
Receiving the money on behalf of the BCTC administration, the Vice President for Administration, Richard Sondah, commended Sulunteh for the donation and his concern for the growth and development of the college.
The Medical Director of the C.B Dunbar Maternal Hospital, Dr. Obed Dolo and the Mangers of the two radio stations, William Quire and Samuel Kpalaru, thanked Sulunteh and promised to use the donation for the advancement of their respective institutions.

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