Monrovia – Civil Society and Trade Union Institutions of Liberia (CTIL) is calling on President-elect, Senator George Weah to investigate government officials indicted for economic crimes by the General Auditing Commission (GAC) and other anti-grift institutions. CTIL, through its president, Jefferson B. Knight, said before giving those officials any place to serve in the new administration. According to him, prosecuting officials indicted for alleged corrupt practices, will serve as deterrence to others, who may be thinking of trying to suffer the country, too. He urged Senator Weah to reinstate workers who were “illegally dismissed” by authorities of the Roberts International Airport, National Housing Authority and other places. CTIL is a conglomeration of 12 civil society and trade union institutions with over 40,000 members across the country.
Source: Front Page Africa January 12, 2018 04:07 UTC