The Government of Liberia through the Center for National Documentation, Records and Archives or CNDRA has issued a letter of dismissal with immediate effect to one of its employees at the CNDRA head office in Monrovia.
The dismissal letter issued Wednesday, November 23, notes that the CNDRA management’s decision to terminate the services of Mr. Ebenezer Borbor originates from an allegation that he levied against the Director General, and Deputy Director General of the entity via the media on October 31, 2016 without any proof or evidence.
Addressing reporters at the head office on 12th Street in Sinkor, the Director of Communication at the CNDRA, Mr. George N. Williams said the dismissal of Mr. Borbor comes from findings in an administrative committee report which outlines among other things, that he refused to present all necessary evidence to substantiate his claims from allegation he levied against the Director General and her Deputy to a little over one million united state dollars corruption scandal, and failure to follow Civil Service Agency grievance procedures.
Mr. Williams said the dismissal is in line with the CSA standing order of Chapter 4, Section 2.4 and 2.2 (h) which speaks of dishonesty in the conduct of government business, saying this is subject to one month suspension without pay or dismissal.
He pointed out that the management of the CNDRA has asked Mr. Borbor to kindly turn over documents belonging to the institution, including ID Card, assets of the CNDRA, and any assets in his possession that belongs to the Human Resource Section, or else, he risk getting into serious trouble with the government.
By Lewis S. Teh -Editing by Jonathan Browne