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Lighe Promises Work Ethics At Maritime

By Linus B. Flomo
The commissioner/CEO of Liberia Maritime Authority (LiMA) Neto Zarzar Lighe has informed his staff that he will commit himself to work for at least four out of five times a week, latest by 7-8AM and encouraged the staff to also follow their personnel manual to sign in the required time and leave when it is required.
“We have to take our work seriously,” informing his staff that the time for him relationship was over, and it is time to roll up their sleeves to work as a result-based entity.
“I will be requiring a lot in terms of results. And I am sure that you have the required skills and competence to produce. All we need is to put in the time required to produced.”
says he values education and promised to make use of competent and qualified people at the Liberia Maritime Authority.
He made the statement on Wednesday, March 20, 2024 at the Liberia Maritime Authority when he resumed his official duties as head of the institution.
Commissioner thanked President Boakai for affording him the opportunity to serve in such capacity and pledged to do his best to serve the Liberian people by lifting the President’s ARREST agenda and called on his colleagues to put work results above relationship by committing themselves to work as a team of professionals.
Lighe was appointed by the president last month February 23, 2024 along with Robert Kpadeh who will serve as Liberia permanent representative at the IMO in London, replacing Moses O. Brown who got involved with rape and is currently serving his sentence in a South Korean prison since September 2022.

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