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Non-essential staff to return soon, if Prez Sirleaf

Ferricks Dainsee
President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf
President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf

( 15, 2014)-President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf says government will soon work out strategies for some of its non-essential staff to return to work.

President Johnson-Sirleaf, however, said: “The return of some of its non-essential staff will be determined by heads of agencies, based on the significance of the job.”

“The gradual return of non-essential staff is also dependent on reduction in the Ebola cases and the passage of the 2014/2015 Fiscal Budget,” she also said.

The Liberian Leader spoke Wednesday, November 12, 2014 during a press briefing with journalists in Roberts Sports, Grand Cape Mount County.

Grand Cape Mount County lies in Liberia’s south-western region. It is a border county between Liberia and Sierra Leone.

At the same time, the President has reiterated calls on investors who left Liberia, because of the Ebola outbreak, to return to the country.

“There is now a significant reduction in the Ebola virus and that investors will be fully protected when they return.


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