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No misuse of Govt Properties-Madam Broh vows

By Ferricks Dainsee
The new  Director General of the General Services Agency, Madam Mary Broh in a chat with President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf
The new Director General of the General Services Agency, Madam Mary Broh in a chat with President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf

(mylbsonline.com/Liberia/Sept.23/2013)- Government officials and employees have been warned against the misuse of government’s assets.

The Director General of the General Services Agency, Madam Mary Broh, said accountability and transparency will be the hallmark of her administration.

Madam Broh said:” Policies regarding the proper use and handling of government’s properties will be institutionalized to ensure full compliance. “

“There will be no witch hunting at the GSA, however; the older and long serving employees at the agency will be allowed to give the younger generation chance to work.” She noted.

The new GSA Boss added:”The capacity-building of GSA employees is one of the priority areas of my administration to enable them take over the responsibility of running the daily operations of the GSA.”

Madam Broh spoke Friday when she officially took over as Director General of the General Services Agency in Monrovia.

Prior to her new portfolio at the GSA, Madam Broh served as  former Mayor of the Monrovia City Corporation.

She also pledged her entity’s support and cooperation to work along with the local authorities of Grand Kru and Sinoe Counties to ensure that the 2014 July 26th celebrations become the best.

At the same time, the Deputy Director General for Administration of the General Services Agency (GSA), Galakpai Kortimai, called on employees of the GSA to take their work seriously and report to work on time.

Mr. Kortima said:” The usual poor habit of reporting to work late or being absent without excuse will not be tolerated.

”I will exercise my administrative capability to ensure harmonious working relationship among GSA employees and that an effective system will be put in place.” He emphasized.

Mr, Kortima also served as former Lofa County Superintendent prior to his appointment as Deputy GSA Director General for Administration.

 


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