The Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) Youth League Chair Jefferson Koijee says the youth wing of the CDC is highly interested in the General Auditing Commission (GAC) Report on the use of Ebola funding. Addressing a group of youths at the Center for the Exchange of Intellectual Opinion (CEIO) on Carey Street in Monrovia, Koijee noted that there are lots of corruption cases, but misuse of funding intended to save the lives of Liberians during the Ebola crisis cannot be overemphasized.
Also Koijee said that the youths of CDC are very much concerned over the report about the Ebola funds, adding that those who are accused of misusing Ebola funds intended to save lives of Liberians and to restore health care should not go free.
Koijee said it is disheartening that the president is protecting some individuals who allegedly ate Ebola fund, citing Tolbert Nyenswah who is alleged to have built a house more than US$2.5 million and is now before the Senate health committee on health for confirmation to a higher position.
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