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Manso Dumbuya who is a member of the Board of Directors at SLPA stated that “as a responsible management under the New Direction which aims is to capacitate human resource it will be unfair to not address outstanding salary payments in the administration.”

Dr. Abdulai Fofana who is the General Manager of Sierra Leone Port Authority said the new management since assumption of office six months ago, pledged to settle all outstanding payments inherited from past management and that they are presently doing everything possible to settle backlog staff salary.

Adekule King who is the Minister of Labor and Social Security, said the signing of the agreement is a demonstration of the capabilities of not only his ministry but other stakeholders including the port management of the government’s commitment to pay all salary arrears. He added that the National Commission for Privatization, the Sierra Leone Labor Congress and other related unions should support the New Direction government to revamp the economy.

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