Go-Slow Looms as Liberian Civil Servants Issue Pay Demand

Civil servants have given the government until December 15 to pay their delayed salaries and benefits or they say they will take to the streets in protest. This follows against the backdrop of assurances by Senate President Albert Tugbe Chie that the government is "working very hard" to stabilise the payment of salaries by the end of February 2020, writes Cewhy Kwanue for Daily Observer.

 

Along with mining infrastructure, ArecelorMittal has invested in housing and food facilities for employees, as well as a school and a hospital.

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