Ellen Dedicates State Of The Art Diagnostic Center, Liberians Joyously Celebrate

As her tenure elapses come January 22, 2018 as President of Africa’s oldest Republic, Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf yesterday, January 19, 2018 officiated the dedicated a modern and state of the art diagnostic center, the Jahmale Med’s Solution solely funded by the National Social Security & Welfare Corporation (NASSCORP).

The occasion which was colorful brought together dozens of celebrants including members of the diplomatic community in Liberia, government officials, local and foreign business executives, residents of Paynesville and journalists.

President Sirleaf and Vice President-elect Jewel Howard Taylor at the program

During the dedication of the facilities, which was constructed by the Musons Group Incorporated, a Liberian owned construction company, President praised the management of NASSCORP for its farsightedness in bringing relief to the people of Liberia in their medical needs.

NASSCORP Director General speaking at the program

For his part, the Director General of NASSCORP, Mr. Dewitt vonBallmoos expressed thanks and appreciation to the Liberian leader for affording him to serve his country, and further outlined his numerous achievements over the years with the support and of his management team and employees.

Dozens of Liberians and foreign residents who were invited to the occasion in an interview with the GNN-Liberia expressed thanks and appreciation to the management team of NASSCORP headed by its Director General, Mr. Dewitt vonBallmoos for putting Liberia on the map of modern technology, making specific reference of the state of the art Diagnostic Center.

The National Social Security & Welfare Corporation under the administrative leadership of Mr. vonBallmoos has introduced state of the art facilities that have brightened the look of Africa’s oldest city, Monrovia, making reference of the gigantic modern NASSCORP Building Complex at the junction of the ELWA being occupied by the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA).


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