Liberia Maritime Evicted?

The Liberia Maritime Authority is no more seen at its premises on 20th Street in Monrovia after rift with the landlord of the property.

Sources say the entity was evicted after being confusion broke over the extension of the lease which they refused to do leaving the lessors with no option but to evict them.

The authoritative source said employees of the LMA are currently working from home.

There are reports that a new Maritime premises is being constructed making the return to work of the employees long insight.

There have been word of words between Eugene Nagbe and lawyers of the owners of the premises over a five year extension of the lease agreement as called for under the contract.

Maritime boss Nagbe argues that there is no need for extension given that the Maritime official HQ is nearing completion.

Though they departed by 1st April there is barely anywhere to work from as employees are being paid but no work.

Hon. Nagbe has said upon completion of the LMA HQ, President Weah is expected to dedicate it before commencement of duty.

Observers say it is unlikely that the HQ will be completed before 30th April which suggests Maritime employees could sit at home and earn more they haven’t worked for.

Whistleblower has since communicated with the Maritime boss with no response.



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