Liberia: Aggrieved Workers Take LEC to Court over Delayed Five Years Compensation - News Summed Up

Liberia: Aggrieved Workers Take LEC to Court over Delayed Five Years Compensation


Since 2017, these aggrieved former workers claimed they have been engaging the management of LEC to no availGanta, Nimba County – Esther Dixon, 68, could not afford to miss a gathering in Ganta city by aggrieved workers of the Liberia Electricity Corporation of Nimba County. He was amongst 113 persons recruited in 2012 by the LEC and assigned across the four power stations in the county. The former project manager of LEC, Joseph Leay, recruited the workers after they applied based on a public service announcement aired on local radio stations, said Emmanuel Sann, spokesperson for the aggrieved workers. ‘Not Out For Violence’“We want an amicable solution to our grievance because we are from Nimba County – people consider us to be trouble makers. “For this reason, we’ve decided to take the legal way in order to approach our issue…We are not out for violence.”Many of these aggrieved workers who gathered also denounced any unlawful remedy.


Source: Front Page Africa March 31, 2020 07:07 UTC



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