Humanity First Ends Stopover To Liberia

Humanity First, an American Based Medical Team has ended a five day visit to Liberia. The 12 men Team first visited the Phebe Hospital in Suakoko, Central Liberia, in Bong County where they performed series of operations to included hernia etc.

According to the media coordinator of the Humanity First Liberia based Mohammad Annan, said the twelve man medical delegation where selected from various hospital through Jhons Hopkins university School of medicine in the united state of America.

The media coordinator further status that the medical team aims and objective are to introduce the new system of operating hernia in Africa.

Mohammad Annan disclosed that upon the medical team departure from Liberia said they would also make stop in Ghana where they would also introduce the new system of operating hernia to medical directors in that country.

While in the country Humanity First twelve man medial team also visited the Humanity First Ahmaddiya Vocational College Sinkor where, the head of the medical team cautioned students of that institution to remain focus on what they learning to make impact on the Nation building process of the country.

Speaking further Professor Fizan Abdullah a PHD of surgical procedure and International Health, hailed the Government for the level of development she continues to carry out in the country. He then urged the Government to keep up the good works performed over the years. For his part the head of Ahmadiyya Mission in Liberia Mr. Maulvi Naveed Ahuad Adil Ameer Missionary in charge said the visit of the Medical Team to Liberia is not limited to this visit.

According to him the Humanity would make it its concern to ensure that the medical team visit Liberia in the years ahead.

In remarks, the Principal of the Vocational College, Mr. Hafeez ur Rehman Rashi lauded the medical team for the visit.