Sierra Leone to lay off Ebola workers as cases drop— president




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FREETOWN – Sierra Leonean President, Ernest Koroma, said on that authorities would soon start laying off workers recruited fight Ebola as the of continue decline.

He said in Freetown while addressing a town hall meeting that in the of scaling down facilities, where possible affected workers would be employed elsewhere.

is working towards providing employment and absorbing some of you into the service as soon as possible.

“This is because you have all done a good job; because you have also gained valuable knowledge and skills that are forever now required in this country,” he said.

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The appreciated those that would be affected in the lay off for their brave national service the country and called for continued vigilance.

He said in spite of an overall trend showing the disease coming under control, UN figures released on Wednesday showed 82 in the region during the week March 29.

Koroma said the payment of 100 dollars per week hazard to staff had been stopped. (Reuters/NAN)

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