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energycompanyThe Management of the Liberia Energy Network (LEN) has donated over seventy pieces of energy lights to the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare.

LEN President Abubaka Sheriff said the donation of the seventy-five pieces of the ‘S-20’ lights to the Ministry is intended for onward distribution and use at five key hospitals in the country.

Speaking at the Ministry of Health Thursday, Mr. Sheriff said the lights will initially be distributed to the John F. Kennedy, Redemption, Catholic, ELWA and the Dusa Hospitals.

He said LEN sees energy as essential, especially at these hospitals where suspected Ebola and other patients are treated adding “If you have light, you have life…”.

Receiving the donation, Assistant Health Minister for Administration, John Linga expressed appreciation to the company for the donation and called on other companies and individuals to join the process especially during these challenging times of the country.

Minister Linga said the donation is necessary to provide lights to health workers mainly in the counties.