12:09 PM

(Abuja, August 12, 2014)       A Nigerian company, Multipro Enterprises Limited (MEL), on Tuesday donated one thousand liters of bleach products to the Government of Liberia to help combat the deadly Ebola Virus Disease. 

MEL’s Marketing Manager, Mr. Joseph Ayemibo, ahead of a three-person delegation,   announced the donation to Ambassador Al-Hassan Conteh at the Liberia Mission in Abuja. 

 Mr. Ayemibo said his company saw it fit to offer a large consignment of its Hypo Super Bleach products to Liberia at the country’s time of critical need. 

He said Hypo Super Bleach is used as disinfectant in hospitals, hotels and other public places.   His company would also be responsible for air lifting the materials to   Liberia before August ending. 

Ambassador Conteh thanked Manager Joseph Ayemibo, and briefed him about the robust measures the Government of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has put in place under a National State of Emergency, including a budgetary allocation of $20 million to stem the Ebola Virus Disease in Liberia    

The Liberian envoy then appealed to other Nigerian companies and humanitarians to follow the good example of MEL in helping to eradicate Ebola Virus Disease in Liberia and the sub-region. 

Embassy of Liberia
Abuja, Nigeria


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