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Grounds broken for 26-bed - room hospital in Nimba County

A group calling itself friends of Samuel N. Brown Network of Liberia has broken grounds for the construction of a 26- bedroom modern hospital in Nyor Display Town of Buu-Yao in Nimba County District #5.

The groundbreaking ceremony was witnessed this week by citizens from the district. Mr. Samuel N. Brown after whom the group is named has said the 26 - bed - room hospital is intended to help address the health needs of the people of Buu-Yao District, rather than waiting on government for hospital.
He put the cost of the project at US$223,000. Citizens have praised Mr. Brown for the project, saying his development activities have no boundary in the County. The 26 bedroom’s hospital when completed will help government in reducing the rate of maternal mortality in the country.
The project manager for the Friends of Samuel N. Brown Network of Liberia and a representative aspirant for District #5 Mr .Bories Barlea says before any nation can be developed, it needs the unity and collaborative working of the citizens. He calls for citizens’ cooperation in order to have the goal achieved
Residents of Ganta in District #1 earlier requested Mr. Brown to contest for the representative post in their district for the October elections. He had earlier donated a half million Liberian dollars to citizens of district #1 for the level of development they are involved with.
By Franklin Doloquee / Nimba-Editing by Winston W. Parley


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