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PLP Unveils Mobile Medical Health Team

The People’s Liberation Party (PLP) has unveiled about 50 doctors, nurses and pharmacists who were trained to provide healthcare delivery services to less fortunate and vulnerable Liberians through its mobile clinic.
The PLP’s Mobile Medical Health Team was recently trained by authorities at the Ministry of Health, commissioned and officially licensed at a program held at the headquarters of the PLP in Congo Town, outside Monrovia.
Cassell who is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO)/President of the Dr. Cassell’s Foundation and the Kwenyan Security Firm in Liberia, sometimes ago, vowed to launch a mobile clinic to provide adequate healthcare delivery services to disabled as well as those who cannot afford to pay medical bills at various public and private hospitals and clinics in the country in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Speaking during the program, the Vision Bearer of the PLP, Dr. Cassell, described the event as “historic” and noted that though he is considered as a new comer in Liberia’s political terrain, he will continue to pave the way and do things that will benefit Liberia and its citizens, void of any political desire or interest.
He disclosed that the training of Liberians with various medical skills to run the PLP’s mobile clinic is a step which places Liberia and its citizens over any personal motive.
“I couldn’t have been at a better place this time and this moment as we continue to make headlines and history; and we are doing this together for our country and for our people. This is historic and you should be proud of yourselves,” he told the graduates.
“They say Dr. Cassell just coming and he should fall in line behind the recycled politicians who got us in this mess. But this new baby that just coming has not started crawling good and is walking so they are scared,” he stated.
Dr. Cassell pointed out that the fear which has gripped his critics and political opponents is due to his unbending and uncompromised commitment towards “changing the mindset and improving the lives” of the Liberian people.
He noted that he will not be mute on speaking the truth to ensure that Liberia and its citizens benefit their adequate share of the country’s wealth and resources.
He emphasized that gone are the days where Liberian politicians used and abused citizens to satisfy their personal aggrandizement and as such, he remains fully committed towards providing the necessary education and empowerment opportunities to citizens.
Dr. Cassell maintained that the PLP remains steadfast and committed towards prioritizing the interest of the Liberia and its citizens over any elite groups, tribe, political party, or religion.
He stressed that the PLP also remains open to all patriotic and nationalistic Liberians who put the interest of their country first above all noting, “To be a part of this liberation train, you have to be patriotic and that’s why I am always inviting patriotic Liberians to come on board. You have to be nationalistic by putting our people and our country first over special interest groups, elite groups, cliques, and tribes.”
Dr. Cassell maintained that the elevating or prioritizing of a special interest groups, political parties, or elite groups over the interest of Liberia and its citizens remains a cancerous problem confronting the nation and Liberians.
He used the occasion to caution Liberian politicians to be cognizant of the fact that those who elected them are the ones responsible to guarantee their stay or exit from public service and as such, the interest of the citizens should be prioritized at all times.
“I call myself Head Servant because as a Vision Bearer of the People’s Liberation Party, I am here to serve and a true public servant is one who serves proficiently in meeting the needs of the people and the country,” Cassell reiterated.
Dr. Cassell further observed that Liberia remains a nation that is rich in talents, but the lack of adequate support to enable citizens, especially young people showcase their talents is a challenge in the post-conflict nation.
He blamed the situation on the lack of a better leadership that will inspire and place keen interest on promoting young talented Liberians who continue to battle against extreme poverty and hardship due to the lack of investment opportunities to guarantee job opportunities in Liberia.
“We have no shortage of talents in our country; all that we need is the support and the right leadership”.
Also speaking, the Coordinator of the PLP Mobile Clinic Service, Nicholas Koffa, commended Dr. Cassell for the support and steps taken to ensure the formation and training of the team.
He urged citizens to reflect that gone are the days where politicians will come and distribute t-shirts, rice and use young people to chant battle cries behind them in exchange of their votes during electioneering period.
He noted that it is against this backdrop that the PLP has taken a step in the right direction to impact knowledge into citizens to ensure the provision of better healthcare services to less fortunate Liberians.
Mr. Koffa further expressed the hope that the new initiative will buttress government’s efforts in providing healthcare delivery services to Liberians and others residing in the country.
“I was given the mandate to train people for the PLP Mobile Team to safe lives across Liberia. Given the necessary moral and financial support, we were able to train about 50 qualified, professional and licensed doctors, physician assistants and nurses,” he recounted.
He clarified that in keeping with the vision of the party’s Political Leader; those trained and licensed to form part of the medical team of the party are from diverse political and ethnic backgrounds.
He noted that those trained and licensed are competent and qualified to carry out their assigned tasks and responsibilities in keeping with the professional ethics of the medical profession.
“At this moment, Dr. Cassell is saying that he cannot lead sick before, but he’s prepared to lead healthy people because, when you are healthy you have a sound mind. The brain behind this success is Dr. Cassell. This tells you that the leadership needed to emancipate the suffering people of Liberia has come,” Mr. Koffa stated.
The PLP which is headed by its vision bearer, Dr. Daniel E. Cassell, was officially certificated by the National Elections Commission (NEC) in December 2020.

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