Ebola saga hits Cinta Township
Cinta Township Commissioner in Margibi County has reacted to allegations in the township that he failed to act promptly in making beneficial decision in a suspected Ebola case currently creating panic among citizens of the township.
Commissioner William Julye said he is not a health practitioner that people should expect to examine sick people.He made the statement on October 6, 2014 via mobile phone in interview with a local radio station in the area.
It can be recalled that many residents of Cinta recently claimed that Commissioner Julye was paying deaf ears to concerns over an Ebola suspected situation around the German Camp Junction.
The residents disclosed that there are about four people, who are seriously ill in the township and they need to be taken to the Ebola holding center for proper attention and to also save the lives of other people who are residing in the area.
According to them, these people are showing signs and symptoms of the virus, which is scaring. But according to them, since they told the commissioner, he has not made any effort.
However, reacting to the claims, Commissioner William Julye noted that he has gathered information about the situation and informed the County Health Team.
He said the health team has assured that it will respond to the call.