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Several employees at the Mano Manufacturing company have described as false the beating of one Munah Davies, an employee
Speaking to reporters at the factory on Friday, madam Deborah Yarkpoe said she was on the scene this week when the meeting with the manager, Mr. Asaad Fadel, and workers took place.
But she said, "from what I saw here, she was not pushed or hit.. So, Munah was not beaten. So the story I gave was incorrect," she said.
This week, several workers demonstrated at the place calling for among other things, the formation of a local union.
Also speaking was Sando Massaquoi, private security. He said, when the incident occurred, he was on the scene and did not see the manager touching the lady.
"On that day, the boss man decided to meet with seven workers. We gathered together. While standing out there and the boss man talking, we just saw the lady coming down on her face. She just dropped. That was what drew the busman's attention. That's how the boss man went to call the nurse and we all started running around to get car to take her to the hospital. The boss man did not beat her," he said
Mano Manufacturing Company (MANCO) is the largest manufacturer of household health and cleaning products in Liberia. MANCO prides itself in providing quality household care and cleaning products across West Africa. Our products are rigorously tested and conform to international standards.
MANCO has over 60 health and household products, including, CLORA Super Bleach, RED PACK Candles, WATERGUARD/SUR EAU, GREEN PALM Alcohol, MANOLINE Hair Pomade, POP Detergent Powder, and a variety of brands of Beauty & All-Purpose Soaps. Its on-site production of plastic bottles and caps gives the company added sense of independence, consistency and stability. Mano Manufacturing exports its products across West Africa and the Middle East, and in 1983, won the 9th International Africa Award for superior quality products.
ECOWAS Certified CLORA™ is the first product manufactured by MANCO and remains its flagship product. It is a bleach, disinfectant, cleaner and deodorizer. For decades, CLORA has been a critical tool in combatting health crisis in Liberia. UNICEF - Certified CLORA has been used time and time again to help eradicate outbreaks of cholera, typhoid and diarrhea in Liberia. The UNICEF in partnership with the Ministry of Health has found CLORA to be the symbol of contribution to a better Liberia through health, hygiene and wellness.