Lawmaker questions Gov’t, Irish Company’s agreement, says it is not in the interest of the Liberian people

A member of the 54th House of Representatives has alarmed over a recent management contract service the Liberian Government signed with EIBI, an Irish Company, for the management of the Liberia Electricity Corporation or LEC for a three year period
Montserrado County District ‘16’ Representative, Dickson Siebo, is arguing that the contract is not in the interest of the Liberian people.
According to Representative Siebo, the Government has no right to alter the terms of the contract as far as the agreement is concerned.
He said the company is laying off Liberians in top management positions and bringing in foreigners, who are being paid up to $60 thousand United States Dollars free of taxes.
Meanwhile, Montserrado County District ’13’ Representative, Saah Joseph, has been named Chairman on the House’s standing committee on health by House Speaker Bhofal Chambers.
Hon. Joseph is commonly refer to as ‘Ebola Hero’; reverencing the vital role played by the Lawmaker during the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in the country, nearly four years ago.

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