APRIL launches a walk and rally against Ebola in Liberia.
Posted by: Mohammed S. Kanneh
August 29, 2014 |
The Alliance for Political Reformation In Liberia (APRIL) will on the 7th of September 2014 stage a major Ebola walk and rally. This planned peaceful demonstration walk and rally is fully supported by the city of Philadelphia and many health care institutions in and around Philadelphia. The chairman of APRIL, Mr. Joseph Sackor has constituted various committees aimed at ensuring a successful walk and rally for the complete eradication of the deadly Ebola Virus out of Liberia and all affected countries. So far, the mobilization committee headed by Mrs. Aleta Finna and Mr. Francis Duwana of the publicity committee have been doing well in their respective functions. There has been an outreach to the religious community to help spread the information with their respective congregations. Based on these efforts, we are kindly asking every meaningful persons to join us on 67 and Woodland Ave. where the walk will begin and end at the Lindbergh Park on Lindbergh Bulv. in Philadelphia. The walk will begin by 10am on Sunday the 7th of September 2014.
To give full coverage to the walk and rally, several news outlets have been contacted, including the Philadelphia Inquirer, ABC, NBC, CBS. and the Eye Witness News channels.
Please join us because we believe that there’s nothing better than your participation in this planned walk and rally against the Ebola Virus. The world is watching and we must all ensure that a clearer message is send out to the humanitarian communities and concern authorities around the world about this deadly virus that is taking the lives of our people on a daily basis.
We will also be collecting protective gears and equipments including clorox, chlorine, gloves, buckets and every and all useful itemsthat will help the fight against this KILLER DISEASE.
How many of our people have to die before we act? Please do not sit back and watch because this virus is by far more dangerous than an ARM WAR.
We are asking all to please come in a white T-Shirt for the walk and rally.