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Pres. Sirleaf seeks support to rebuild educational system

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has appealed for support to rebuild Liberia’s educational system, which was destroyed during the years of civil conflict in the country.


According to a dispatch from the United States, President Sirleaf made the appeal on Monday, December 4, 2017, when she spoke at the Frank and Kula Kumpuris Distinguished Lecture Series of the Clinton School of Public Service of the University of Arkansas in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Addressing students of the Clinton School of Public Service and hundreds of distinguished guests who crowded the auditorium, President Sirleaf said despite the progress Liberia has made since the end of the civil crisis, the educational system has been one of the weakest areas in the country’s
recovery.

President Sirleaf noted that progress made in upgrading the educational system has led to an increase of two million students enrolled in school. She, however, added that there is a serious deficit of qualified teachers to properly mold the minds of the young people.

“The students are so many and the teachers are so few,” she said, adding that there is a need to give the children quality education to enable them to compete within the global community. President Sirleaf also noted that

the health system in Liberia also remains a challenge that must be addressed to enable Liberians to enjoy the benefit of quality health care. Amid thunderous applause, President Sirleaf lauded the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)/Clinton Foundation Ebola Response for sending the largest single supply of medical materials to Liberia to combat the Ebola epidemic.

She pointed out that while many expatriates left the country in the wake of the Ebola outbreak, the CHAI staff remained in Liberia and worked very closely with the health authorities to combat the disease at the risk of their lives.

She also commended President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for their steadfast support of Liberia during the country’s post-war reconstruction, including the Ebola crisis.

Serving as moderator during the interactive question and answer period, former U.S. President Bill Clinton lauded President Sirleaf and the people of Liberia for the progress Liberia has made in its post-war recovery, and assured that the Clinton Foundation will continue to be a partner in Liberia’s progress.

President Clinton expressed the need for Americans to seriously consider developing strong partnership with Liberia, which he described as a beautiful country with many investment opportunities. “Liberia is a good place for investment,” President Clinton added.

President Clinton also indicated that there is a need for partnership to help improve Liberia’s health system. He assured that efforts would continue to be made to assist Liberia in those two areas of critical needs, which are education and health.

Prior to the impressive ceremony, President Sirleaf was taken on a tour of the Clinton Presidential Library, which is featuring an exhibit titled, “Mandela: The Journey to Ubantu. The exhibit, which features various aspects of the late human rights legend, started September 17, 2017 and will end February 19, 2018.-Dispatch

Egypt to host six Heads of State and Africa’s leading CEOs at Africa 2017

President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi will be hosting six African heads of state at the Africa 2017 Forum that will take place this week in the picturesque beach resort of Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. The President of Guinea, current chair of the AU, will be joining the Forum as well as the Presidents of Chad, Rwanda, Côte d’Ivoire, Comoros and Somalia. The Vice President of Nigeria is also expected as is the Prime Minister of Mozambique.


This business and investment Forum, whose theme is “Driving investment for inclusive growth’, has been convened to increase intra African investments and cross border collaboration. Egypt in 2015 hosted the signing of the tripartite agreement between the three regional economic communities SADC, COMESA and the EAC, and the Forum has been designed for African business leaders to play a greater role by investing in opportunities throughout the continent.

The first edition of the Forum took place in February 2016. This year the programme has been enhanced to include 2 exclusive Presidential Roundtables, where these business leaders will openly discuss policy with the African presidents present to help create a more conducive business environment, in addition to immense investment and business opportunities available in the continent. Youth and entrepreneurs will also play a prominent role. Over 50 of the continent’s brightest and most promising entrepreneurs have been invited to showcase their businesses and will be presenting them to investors and funds in a Deal room curated by Asoko Insights.

The Forum is being organised by the Ministry of Investment and International Cooperation of Egypt and the COMESA Regional Investment Agency (RIA). Speaking ahead of the Forum, Dr Sahar Nasr, Minister of Investment and International Cooperation of Egypt stressed the importance of greater intra-Africa collaboration: “Intra-Africa trade is a valuable component of Africa’s and Egypt's economic growth strategy,” she said. “For Egypt’s growth strategy, Intra-Africa trade remains a valuable component. Despite European and North American markets dominating Egypt’s trade activities, we have proximity to African markets as well as trade agreements with African nations. The markets where Egypt has seen an increase in its trade include North Africa, specifically Morocco, East Africa, specifically Kenya, South Africa and Sudan.“

Heba Salama, head of RIA, highlighted the responsibility of the private sector to devise innovative solutions. “The private sector can play an important role in filling in the US $93bn infrastructure gap. Manufacturing is another important sector where private sector support is needed. McKinsey Global Institute estimates that Africa could double its manufacturing output in 10 years, which could ultimately create between 6 million and 14 million stable jobs and boost African GDP growth.”

The Forum will take place between the 7-9th of December. The speaker feature some of Africa’s leading CEOs and policy makers, including Isabel dos Santos, Chairperson of Unitel Angola, Daniel Matjila, CEO, Public Investment Corporation, Dr. Ahmed Heikal, Founder of Qalaa Holdings, Tony Elumelu, Chairman of UBA, Vera Songwe, Executive Secretary of UNECA. -Release

Fake email exposed!

The National Elections Commission or NEC sharply dismisses a purported leaked email from its IT section that is being circulated in Monrovia as fake.The purported email from the address, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. is erroneously dated Wednesday, July 28, 2017 sent at 9:19 PM when in fact, 28 July 2017 was on Friday, not Wednesday as concocted.


It was purported to have been addressed to the Chairman of the NEC, Cllr. Jerome Korkoya under the topic: “Unknown Database Changes.” The fake email were said to have been allegedly forwarded later on from Chairman Korkoya to several NEC officials warning them not to speak to anyone about a confidential finger print.The purported emails which were generated using a word-pad were sent as PDF files rather than a typed word document.

Addressing a brief press conference at the headquarters of the National Elections Commission on Monday, 4 December the Director for Communication and Public Affairs, Henry Boyd Flomo explains that the email was maliciously generated to impugn the commission’s integrity and support political parties claims of orchestrated fraud, while at the same time clarifying that it does not come from the NEC.

The said email, which was considered as a sensitive internal communication obtained by a local media alert within the hierarchy of the NEC suggests that there may have been suspicious activities associated with the now controversial voter roll that is currently before the Supreme Court as Liberians await the high court’s opinion whether to conduct the runoff presidential election or hold fresh polls.

Author of the purported email writes, “I hope all is well with you. Last night while backing up the system datebase and folders, I noticed that there are changes and addition being made to the present folder of the final voter roster. The most significant changes of concern to me is the creation of a new voters file with the same exact name as the previous, and the addition of numbers that were not included on the listing we all signoff on few weeks ago…”

Mr. Flomo clarifies that the email in question was never written nor circulated by Chairman Jerome George Korkoya and the contents therein are false and only designed to cause confusion in the country.

“In fact, the commission has already asked the Liberia National Police to investigate this matter,” he says at the news conference.“The following counts will prove further the falsity of these fake emails: admin address, voter roll database, Microsoft outlook, fingerprint folders, mail from Chairman Korkoya,” he continues.

According to him, the purported address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., used by the sender does not exist on the NEC’s server, adding that all official mails, internal and external, NEC uses the first letter of first names and then last names plus the domain address.

“Therefore, the address of the sender is faked. Voter’s roll database is strictly controlled by the NEC database center and not IT department. The IT section does not control infrastructure, thus would not be commenting on database changes as mentioned in the concocted email. NEC does not have fingerprint folders as mentioned by the email. All documents are saved on our database and not in folders,” Flomo clarifies.

He also challenges the veracity of the alleged email from Chairman Korkoya to fellow commissioners, regarding the subject, noting that such “does not exist on our mail server.”

“In fact, the chairman in particular normally uses his AOL account for email purposes. At this point, the commission urges Liberians, mainly voters, to remain credible,” Flomo concludes the conference.

The purported email comes at the time when the NEC a is battling legal a challenge before the Supreme Court from the opposition Liberty Party on the results of the October 10, 2017 Presidential and representative Elections, alleging fraud and irregularities. The high court is expected to give its opinion this week.

By E. J. Nathaniel Daygbor -Editing by Jonathan Browne

Nigerian-Liberian hooked for smuggling, money laundering

The Liberia National Police in collaboration with the Professional Ethics Division (PED) of the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) have apprehended a naturalized Liberian of Nigerian origin, Alexander Success Ojogwu, in Monrovia for smuggling, money laundering and tax evasion.


According to a press release, the LRA was copied on a complaint from DSTV Liberia of possible smuggling of DSTV antenna, decoders and related equipment. Acting on this tip, the LRA Officers conducted internal data analysis on both its domestic tax and customs database and found that the suspect and his business only paid Business Registration fees from 2013 up to 2016 January.

In collaboration with Police, the release says an undercover operation was conducted on the target and he was nabbed early morning. He is also accused of collecting fees from customers and directing customers to subscribe for service with DSTV Nigeria through a fraudulent money transfer scheme.

The LRA also coordinated with the office of the Solicitor General and the Montserrado County Attorney for the issuance of a search and seizure warrant on the premises of suspect Ojugwu. Suspect Ojogwu was caught for smuggling and selling DSTV decoders, satellite dishes and other devices at his home on Broad Street—an act of tax evasion.

Ojogwu has reportedly been carrying out his illicit deals under the disguise of operating an electronic shop at his rented home on Broad Street, and was arrested early Wednesday morning (November 22) during a rigorous joint security search and seizure operation.

He was arrested in possession of a Liberian Passport, which claims he is a naturalized Liberian citizen. During the search, 40 pieces of large satellite plates, 66 pieces of small satellite plates including DSTV decoders and several other accessories in large commercial quantities were discovered including cash of US$15,057.00. His smuggling activities have been undermining a legitimate taxpayer.

Preliminary investigation has indicated that suspect Ojogwu, who registered a business under the name Success Technology Enterprise in 2013. Neither he nor his business has paid taxes to the Government of Liberia, except business registration fees.

Meanwhile, the seized items including the cash and Mr. Ojugwu were turned over to the Monrovia City Court, and he was subsequently turned over to the Liberia National Police for criminal investigation pending court trial. Investigation continues.

This speaks to the enormity of the challenges the LRA is confronted with in raising lawful revenue for the government across the various types and sizes of businesses and individuals in the Country. Press release

UL graduates cautioned on better academic preparation

The Director of Policy Support and Consultancy Services Unit at the Kofi Annan International Peace Training Center in Teshia, Accra, Ghana, Dr. Thomas Jaye has told graduates of the state - run University of Liberia (UL) that adequate academic preparation leads to a hopeful and better future.


Delivering a keynote message at Liberia College’s Commencement Convocation, the first of seven college-based commencements forming part of the 98th Commencement Convocation of the University of Liberia on Monday, 4 December, Dr. Jaye said “Education is Insurance for you for the future."

During the first commencement convocation on Monday, Liberia College graduated 606 students from various departments. Bulk of Dr Jaye’s message to the graduates is essentially a deep historical and self reflection of how bad governance, corruption, creed, elitism, and external interferences have undermined Africa’s transition from colonialism to democratic governance and development.

He provides a detailed analysis of the origin of the current socio-economic crisis which has plagued the African continent, adding, “Over the years Africa has produced mixed results with a few countries being stable while the rest have been caught in the barbed-wire of political turbulence, intra-state conflicts, electoral crisis, governance and leadership failure, economic stagnation, social decline and insecurity.”

He tells the graduates that “when we look back, we see that the socio-economic conditions of our people are worse off than at independence.” Dr. Jaye, who says he was born right on the eve of African independence, a time many thought was promising, laments that even in the 21st Century, the African continent is still grappling with the story of slavery.

“Our young people who are doing everything possible to cross the sea to migrate to a ‘greener pasture’ in Europe have been turned into slaves, in another African country,” he says, adding that “Some are sold at $200 per person; others went through terrible ordeals including organ theft and being burned alive; and many have died while trying to cross the sea.”

The keynote speaker blames bad governance and leadership failure in Sub - Saharan Africa as some of the reasons why African young and able-body men and women are risking their lives to cross into Europe.

Dr. Jaye says another source of the on-going socio-economic crisis has its roots in the policies of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund. “These two Breton Woods institutions that were set up to promote development turned out to be barriers to development in Africa,” he says, adding that “The World Bank and IMF imposed strains of anti-development policies on African countries under the euphemism known as ‘structural adjustment programs (SAP).’”

Dr. Jaye says he provides the brief overview of the world in order for graduates to appreciate the enormity of the challenges confronting the world.

“Fortunately, as graduates of Lux In Tenebris and its oldest college, the Liberia College, you should be fully prepared as you walk out this graduation hall with your heads up high with faith in a bright future,” he urges.

For her part, UL President Dr. Ophelia Inez Weeks, who is presiding over her first commencement, says the entire graduation is unique for several reasons including the fact that the University of Liberia is graduating its largest class.

“Today is a unique day, unique in a variety of reasons,” Dr. Weeks emphasizes. She says its unique for her, the graduates and for the University in that this is the largest overall class that will be graduating from the University of Liberia in that there are over 3,400 students that will be graduating.

She says the 98th commencement is unique for her because it is her first as president of the University of Liberia. Dr. Weeks was inducted into office on September 13, 2017 as the second female president of the University of Liberia.

She also says the commencement is unique for Liberia College because 606 students are graduating from the college, recalling that the first graduate in 1866 from Liberia College was one person, and for 50 years, the largest number of people that graduated from Liberia College was 11.

"The first female that graduated from Liberia College graduated in 1905, when we had the largest class over that 50 year period. This year, out of 606 graduates 401 are females. And so for me that is fantastic!” Dr. Weeks says.

Speaking to the graduates, Dr Weeks said the University of Liberia is the flagship university in Liberia.“It is the best university in Liberia--don’t allow anybody tell you anything else. If you go anywhere in the world the largest number of people who have graduated from university in Liberia will be from the University of Liberia.

“And when we go elsewhere for advanced studies, we always excel. And so I want you to continue to keep in your mind, as you go your various ways that you’ve come from a great university; wear that banner with pride. Wear it proudly,” she says.

Also speaking was student Mohamed Sesay, the class salutatorian from the Department of Mass Communication, who spoke on the topic: “Determination and Perseverance in Pursuit of Academic Excellence, Bringing Your Focus to the Past, Present and Making a Chance for the Future.”

“We faced a lot of challenges at the beginning of the journey, and we will face challenges as we go into the future, but what will matter is how we apply the principles of life learned in the walls of this great university,” he told his fellow graduates.

The Dean of Liberia College Professor Sekou W. Konneh thanked the UL Administration for the tremendous support afforded the college over the years, saying, “I want to specifically thank Dr. Weeks for the many support you’ve given Liberia College over the years. I want to recognize the support of the entire University family, including Vice Presidents and my own boss, the Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr Williams Ezra Allen. To our graduates, I say well done you have fulfilled your historic mission—yes indeed you have!”--Press release

Africa urged to look inwards for workable solutions

Participants at the ongoing 12th African Economic Conference (AEC) in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, have been urged to look inward for workable solutions to the continent’s problems.


This, according to high-level speakers from the African Development Bank (AfDB), the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), is key to unlocking Africa’s potential and advancing its prosperity.

The three agencies, therefore, pledged their readiness to support the continent’s pursuit of an African agenda for stronger democratic states and rapid structural transformation that positively impacts on human development.

In his official opening address, the Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of Ethiopia, Hailemariam Desalegn, advocated for strong democratic states with zero tolerance for corruption and mechanisms for wealth-sharing.

“Conferences such as this are important in order to learn from experience and adapt practices to each country’s socio-economic conditions. There are no specific policy templates that work everywhere,” he stressed.

Executive Secretary of ECA, Vera Songwe, called on leaders, economists and policy-makers to “look beyond the standard indicators of good governance.

“There is a growing consensus that African countries require a more conducive governance environment for them to be able to pursue better public policies and ultimately to achieve better outcomes, including structural transformation and inclusive development,” she said.

Célestin Monga, Vice-President, Economic Governance and Knowledge Management, at the African Development Bank, called for greater focus on addressing the economic loss caused by institutional inefficiencies and incompetence.

Monga stressed how corruption endangers economic growth, but pointed to the 30% loss due to lack of strong institutions, noting how difficult it is to address this when people are hungry.

“A lot of governance work has not been very helpful to Africa as it is often seen as a precondition,” Monga continued. “We cannot expect a country with US $300 GDP per capita to have the same governance system as a country with US $78,000. You cannot compare Burundi to Switzerland.”

This is why the AfDB is rethinking governance in Africa, Monga said, stressing that good governance is also about learning. Experts agree that notwithstanding overall improvement in governance especially in human development and political participation, the African region’s performance still lags behind other regions and hampers the successful reorientation of its economic activities.

“Maintaining growth of 5% should be seen as a favourable development. There have been setbacks, but Africa is gradually getting governance right,” said Lamin M. Manneh, Director of the UNDP Regional Service Center for Africa, on behalf of Abdoulaye Mar Dieye, UN Assistant Secretary-General and Director of the UNDP Regional Bureau for Africa.

Co-organized by the African Development Bank (AfDB), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) under the theme “Governance for structural transformation”, this year’s conference focuses on the achievement of structural transformation in Africa with an emphasis on developmental governance.

About 500 researchers, policy-makers and development practitioners attended Day 1 of the conference. The AEC provides an opportunity for participants to assess the impact of current economic and political governance strategies on economic transformation, poverty, inequality and human development in Africa.

Delivering the keynote address, Richard Joseph, Professor at Northwestern University, underscored why bold policy interventions must emanate from Africa. 
“In Africa, this is the time for relative autonomy in dealing with policy issues,” he said.

The AEC offers in-depth presentations of policy-oriented research by both established academics and emerging researchers from the continent and beyond, who debate and recommend policy options on how governance in Africa can better support the continent’s structural transformation.

LPRC condemns petroleum price hike

The Liberia Petroleum Refining Company or LPRC strongly condemns the hike of gasoline and fuel products on the Liberian market by commercial drivers and other local operators.


The LPRC says the act is being done to satisfy personal interest, and undermine efforts of the government, which causes problems for consumers. In a statement issues over the weekend, the management of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company says it is concern about reports in the public by some unscrupulous individuals that there is shortage of petroleum products in the Liberian market, which has led to hiking of transportation fares and gasoline prices.

“The management would like to inform the general public that the information being propagated in the public about the shortage of petroleum products on the Liberian market is far from reality, and it has no flavor of truth”, the LPRC clarifies.

The entity discloses that there are over 30,000 metric tons of mixed petroleum products in its shore tanks that it thinks is capable of sufficiently serving the Liberian market for the next two months.

Management says though it may not know the actual intend of individuals involved in spreading falsehood about the shortage of gasoline here, it is working along with officials of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry to advert any attempt by filling stations or individuals to hoard petroleum products in order to create artificial shortage and hike the prices.

Meanwhile, the management of the LPRC is encouraging the general public to report any individuals or filling station caught selling petroleum products above the approved pump price of $US 3.25 or its Liberian dollar equivalent of LDR 400.00 per gallon of gasoline, and $US 3.31 or its Liberian dollar equivalent of LRD 410.00 per gallon of fuel oil.

At the same the LPRC calls on citizens not to panic, assuring that there are sufficient gasoline and fuel in the country to serve the public. Commercial drivers here are hiking fares as a result of filling stations creating artificial shortages and increasing pump prices of petroleum products.

By Lewis S. Teh-Editing by Jonathan Browne

NPA boss gets pat on the back

The National Customs Brokers Association of Liberia (NCBAL) and the Port Truckers Association are commending the Managing Director of the National Port Authority (NPA) David Williams, for his tireless efforts in easing the many challenges confronting workers at the port by upgrading port facilities.


Heads of the two associations note that since the establishment of the NPA in the 1960s, the current leadership headed by Director Williams has brought great relief to the many challenges confronting workers, something they claim never happened under previous administrations.

“Today the two associations want to inform the general public that the National Port Authority, which is headed by Mr. David Williams, is gradually coming on par with other modern ports around the world."

"We have observed that since the port was handed over to the Liberian government in 1960s, there have been difficulties with roads. Things are gradually changing with the pavement of the roads in the port facility,” says Ivan F. Tumbey, president of the National Customs Broker Association of Liberia.

Both leaders made the commendation in a joint news conference held in Monrovia.He explains that the pavement of roads at the Freeport of Monrovia will help truck drivers to drive freely within the port environment without fear experiencing damaged tyers due to bad roads.

“With the work that is being done on the road, you will not have truck tires spoiling again as it used to be before or the issues of water flooding all around the port will no more be a problem,” NCBAL boss notes.

Also speaking, the president of the Port Truckers Association, Mulbah B. Sumo, explains that the significance of the joint press conference is to highlight the importance of the leadership of Director Williams at the NPA, adding that since his ascendency, the port has tremendously transformed to a modern facility.

“We call this joint press conference in order to highlight the importance of the administration of Mr. David Williams. We want to commend him for the pavement of roads at the NPA and since he took over he has raised the standard of the port internationally, so the PTA and the NCBAL families want to thank him for his good work and the high level of good partnership we have experienced at the port under his leadership,” Sumo asserts.

 

Party of Hope leader denies fleeing Liberia

The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the proposed Party of Hope situated in Logan Town on the Bushrod Island sharply reacts to assertions by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Lawmarx Printing Press Mr. Lawrence Andrews, that the party is indebted to his institution.


Documents in the possession of The New Dawn dated 2 November and 28 November 2017, respectively indicate that the political party is not indebted to the printing press as alleged.

According to the documents under the signatures of Mr. Andrews, the party on 2 November paid to the printing press the total sum of One Hundred and Fifty United Dollars (US$150.00) as final payment for work done for the proposed PH by Mr. Andrews.Mr. Andrews some times before the commencement of political campaign this year, told this paper that Party of Hope had contracted his services to produced sign boards with the estimated cost of Three Hundred and Fifty United States dollars (US$350.00).

He alleged at the time that even though the party made an advance payment, the institution was indebted to the printing press in the tune of US$150.00, which he claims the party Standard Bearer Roland Jacob, refused to pay.

Mr. Andrews at the time accused the PH political leader of fleeing Liberia due to his inability to pay the printing press, an allegation the party terms as erroneous and calculated attempted to damage it party.

A founding executive of the proposed PH, Rev. Emmanuel Arthur, who walked into the offices of The New Dawn on Monday, 4 December, clarifies that PH is not indebted to the Lawmarx Printing Press contrary to claim CEO Mr. Lawrence Andrews, adding that official receipt from Mr. Andrews can disprove his (Andrews) allegation.

Mr. Arthur says at no time whatsoever did the party’s political leader ever leave Liberia for debt owed the Lawmarx Printing Press and that Mr. Andrews’ assertion was not only misleading but criminal especially, when he had received full payment of the amount agreed upon from the Party of Hope for the printing of sign boards.

By Emmanuel Mondaye-Editing by Jonathan Browne

The last straw

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President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has dismissed her youthful Labor Minister Atty Neto Lighe giving some hash reasons for his sacking. Atty Lighe whose dismissal takes immediate effect, according to the Executive Mansion release issued Friday December 2, 2017, is due to “continued gross disrespect and participation in wicked attack and false accusations levied against the presidency”.


This is the first time the Office of the President has given reasons for a dismissed official, something which suggests that the youthful minister’s action may have been out of proportion.

Lighe, is a strong ally of the ruling Unity Party’s or UP chairman emeritus, Cllr. Varney Sherman. He is also the current Senior National Vice Chairman of the UP and a diehard supporter of Vice President Joseph N. Boakai’s 2017 presidential candidate.

Atty Lighe in his social media post said it was “time to move on,” while appreciating the opportunity he has had to serve his country. “7 years ago, through a presidential appointment, I entered mainstream government as an Assistant Minister at the Ministry of Internal Affairs. 2 years later, I was promoted to the position of Deputy Minister and then Minister of Labor..

There’s no singular honor than serving your country and I’m proud of the opportunity extended me to serve my country. Today, 7 years after, my service in government has come to an end.

I want to use this occasion, on behalf of my family to extend my profound thanks and appreciation to Madam Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf for the opportunity extended me. To all my colleagues in government and employees at the Ministry of Labor, thanks for your cooperation and service during my stay. It is now time to move on,” He said on his social media page.

 

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