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Civil Society Network Hails Momoh’s Reform At LWCS

The Civil Society Network of Liberia (CSNL) has drawn its attention to the timely reform process being undertaken at the Liberia Water & Sewer Corporation (LWSC) under the administration of its acting Managing Director, Monseray Momoh.
Recently, President George Weah nominated Momoh to act as Managing Director following the suspension of the entity’s Managing Director, Duannah Kamara.
The Civil Society Network of Liberia said since the incumbency of Momoh and within the period of 16 days, he has demonstrated high degree of innovation and instituted relevant policies geared to improving the well-being of staff, as well as reactivating the functions of the LWSC towards the Liberian people.
In collaboration with the Board of Directors, the group recalled how Mr. Momoh embarked on ensuring that outstanding arrears for employees and contractors are settled by finalizing the procurement of US$1,000,000.
The Civil Society Network of Liberia said due to the robust and relentless supervision role of Momoh, the provision of water has been restored within central Monrovia and its immediate environs.
The Civil Society Network of Liberia therefore pledges its unflinching support to the ongoing reform process at the LWSC.

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