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The Kenneth Copeland Ministries based in the United State on Wednesday donated a modern ambulance worth over US$65,000 to the Liberia Medical and Dental Council.


 
Receiving the ambulance on behalf of the LMDC, the Registrar General of the Council Dr. Nyaquoi Kargbo said the ambulance would go a long way proving services to the Liberia people.
 
Dr. Kargbo lauded the Kenneth Copeland Ministries for donating the ambulance and Earth Source Mineral Renew Forestry Group for its mediatory and sponsorship role that assured the ambulance was brought to Liberia.
 
Dr. Kargbo noted that the size of the ambulance as well as compartment for oxygen and medications gave an added advantage because patients could be resuscitated while being rushed to the hospital.
 
He added that LMDC would ensure that the ambulance be fully equipped and have the technical staff to provide services for people.
 
For his part ,the Executive Director of Earth Source Minerals International, Williams Davis, said he was glad that his company could play a role in giving back to the people of Liberia.
 
Davis said apart from the ambulance, his group intended to do more for Liberia in any way that supports the country's growth and development.
 
He noted that since his comeback to the Liberia, he had been involved in distributing Ebola supplies to communities in the St. Paul Bridge, which was once an epicenter of the deadly disease.
 
Commenting on his expectation for the maintenance of the ambulance by the LMDC, Davies said he wanted to see that the ambulance was always serviced and ready to provide healthcare services to the people of Liberia.