Liberia leader George Manneh Weah, will this Wednesday, December 28, 2022, dedicate a major medical facility in Bopolu, Gbarpolu County.
According to an executive Mansion release, Wednesday’s dedication of the ‘Emirates Hospital’ is consistent with President Weah government’s flagship program, the “Pro-Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development (PAPD)” which, amongst other things, makes the expansion and modernization of the country’s health sector a compelling priority.
The Mansion is quoted as saying, President Weah has vowed in making better healthcare facilities a priority, especially for those living in rural, hard-to-reach counties.
The Emirates Hospital, as the Bopolu-based referral facility is named, is an outcome of the goodwill gesture and fruit of the bilateral relations between the governments of the United Arab Emirates and the Republic of Liberia.
The hospital is also a testament to upholding the humanitarian values and vision shared and cherished by the Government of UAE. It further demonstrates the UAE’s commitment to the people of Liberia.
The President is expected to be joined by government officials, members of the 54th National Legislature, and Senior Officials from the United Arab Emirates, at the dedication on Wednesday.
During the dedicatory ceremony, President Weah is also expected to pay tribute to His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Abu Dhabi, and the people of the UAE, for funding the Hospital’s construction.
Since he took the mantle of political leadership in Liberia, President Weah has broken grounds for the construction of a horde of hospitals, some including the 100-bedroom Emirates Hospital and 14th Military Hospital, he had already dedicated.
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