Musa Trawally, Philadelphia, PA – The D-Day is today when the Alliance for Political Reform in Liberia (APRIL), will galvanize Liberians and friends of Liberia to stage a one day Anti-Ebola Walk in the city of Philadelphia.
The occasion is expected to bring thousands of Liberians and well-wishers together to show solidarity and support for the eradication of the deadly Ebola Virus in the West African states of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone.
Mr. Wilmot Kunney, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Union of Liberian Associations in the Americas (ULAA) will serve as the orator of the day.
Mr. Kunney is known for his eloquent and persuasive speeches in both Liberia and in the diaspora. He is a native of Liberia, who hails from the Southeastern part of Liberia.
Chairman-Kunney, as he is referred to in the Diaspora, is also a member of APRIL, he serves as the senior political adviser to the movement.
The Chairman of the APRIL-MOVENEMT, Mr. Joseph Sackor, in the final preparatory meeting this morning told the gatherings that Sunday’s Anti- Ebola Walk and speeches will be devoid of political speeches, instead. Mr. Sackor is urging all participants of tomorrow program to observe the ground rules of the occasion and focus primarily on humanitarian effort rather than political speeches.
The Alliance for Political Reform in Liberia is a political action group that believes in the equitable distribution of political-social and economic powers in Liberia. The group is also against political prejudices at all level of society.
The group considers the Anti-Ebola Walk today as a way of augmenting efforts in abetting the government of Liberia in it fights against the Ebola Virus.
Members of APRIL believe that the deadly Ebola Disease sees no tribes or sectarian perimeter in its ugly intend to destroy nations; in so doing, the organization, Liberians and friends of Liberia must do everything within their collective and individual powers to aggressively combat the epidemic at all fronts.
The Alliance members are grateful to all other humanitarian organizations’ that are helping the people of Liberia.
It is encouraging all Liberians and friends of Liberia to participate in the peaceful walk on Sunday, September 7 at 9:00 AM on 67th and Woodland Avenue.