Via Guinéenews.org: The government presents its regrets and promises MSF punish troublemakers. Excerpt from a Google translation:
In a statement issued on April 5, the Guinean government by the voice of his Spokesman Damantang Camara, expressed regret at Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) following particularly absurd incidents that erupted last Friday between Macenta some agents of this '' NGOs and small groups of people.'' Under the pretext that it is MSF imported in their locality virus Ebola.
This statement of condemnation of the government intervenes only less than 24 hours after these events, criticizes this reaction comes at a time when the international community as one man is working to answer the call using the Guinea for the epidemic of Ebola hemorrhagic fever.
According to the statement, these incidents are the result of'' rumors maintained by malicious spirits'' who strive to defend the thesis that the virus was imported in Guinea or simply that it would be a great fiction that has never had a real existence in the country.
While presenting his regrets to MSF, the government promises to take all necessary steps to bring these'' troublemakers'' to justice.
"The government protested against such information and reiterates that only the recognition of the existence of the disease helps to fight against it in accordance with the hygiene rules laid down by the Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene ' 'informed this press that invites people to calm and serenity to enable partners to support Guinea to eradicate this epidemic.
"The Government invites people Macenta and throughout Guinea not to believe the information on hemorrhagic fever than those provided by official sources.
"Whatever happens, the government is committed to take all necessary measures to secure the specialists and medical equipment including mobile laboratories involved in different areas of the country affected.
"In addition, the Government commends the efforts of MFS as well as all other international structures that support Guinea in the fight against the pandemic. Inputs that are, and have invaluable" he said "so far enabled to control the disease."