A Sierra Leonean Non-Governmental Organisation, Karam Global Consultants has contributed Le10m to the Police to fight against the Ebola virus.
The Organisation’s Chief Executive Officer, Abdul Rahman Kamara, on Wednesday presented a cheque of ten million Leones (Le 10,000,000) and ten cartoons of hand wash to the Inspector-General of the Sierra Leone Police, as his organisation ‘s contribution to the fight against the disease and also in recognition of the security provided by the SLP.
Karam Global Consultants is the first organisation to make such a gesture to the SLP.
In his statement before the cheque was presented, the Organisation Managing Director, Julius Bambay Kamara, said Karam has realised the crucial role of the Sierra Leone Police in tackling the Ebola epidemic and the hazards Police personnel are exposed to in the exercise of their duties in the epicentres of the outbreak and in providing quarantined services in suspected areas.
He said his organisation is a firm of designers, engineers, planners and consultants providing diverse range of professional services to clients in Sierra Leone and has branches in Toronto and the USA.
Receiving the cheque, the Inspector General, Francis Munu thanked the organisation for choosing the SLP and for recognising the work of the Police officers.
He added that the SLP has been very active in ensuring that they provide the much needed services during this period.
IG Munu said assured that the money will be used for its intended purposes and that the Police will play their part equitable so that the Ebola outbreak will be eradicated.
By Abibatu Kamara
Thursday August 14, 2014