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LPRC orders nine employees investigated

The Management of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company (LPRC) has transferred nine of its employees from the Security Section to the Ministry of Justice for further investigation and subsequent persecution. 

Through a press release dated 19 February 2024, LPRC announced the investigation of its employees from the security department following a series of internal investigations.

The institution said a series of internal investigations found concerned employees culpable of perforating and damaging the company’s piping infrastructure and making away with several hundred gallons of mixed petroleum products.

The individuals involved have been suspended pending the Ministry of Justice’s investigation, the release said.

The LPRC management warned that corporate assets or state properties are for all Liberians and that employees and leaders of the company with access to the company’s properties and premises are trusted curators who must not abuse their power for personal gains.

LPRC further warns that it will prosecute or cause to be persecuted, any allegation that staff has attempted to pawn off the company-protected properties for their selfish advantages. 

The management has strongly warned that there will be no business-as-usual and has adopted zero tolerance on theft which will result in cutting down on product losses.—Press release

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