LPRC Retires 6

Six employees of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company (LPRC) were on Friday, January 17, 2014 honorably retired due to age or tenure as per the Labor Law of Liberia.

The six retired employees nickname “The Great Six” are: William Sharpe, John Dukuly, John Wilson, James Teah, Momo Fofana and Fallah Baryoh. Besides their regular retirement package, each retiree received a well decorated plaque, gold ring and a cheque of US$1,500. Presenting the items to the retirees, Managing Director T. Nelson Williams, II and Board member Ophelia Freeman Johnson hailed the retirees for the exemplary work over the years and wished them all the best as they transition in their new life.

In a brief remark, the Managing Director T. Nelson Williams, II thanked the employees for the hard work over the year which led  to the company recording huge success and further promised to promote the Liberianization Policy where more Liberian businesses will be empowered.

For other honors, TOTAL Liberia and Aminata & Sons Incorporated received honors from Deputy Managing Director for Operations, Aaron J. Wheagar, I for being the highest and second highest Importers of petroleum products, 2013 respectively.

Deputy Managing Director for Administration, Jackson Fiah Doe, Jr. presented cash and plaque to Josh Smith as Employee of the year. Also, Financial Comptroller Elizabeth Matu Tubman presented a plaque and cash to Paul Jappah as Assistant Manager of the year, while Managing Director T. Nelson Williams, II presented similar prizes to the Finance and Marine Teams as winner and runner-up for Teams of the year respectively.

The Christ Ambassadors musical group entertained the crowd while Quincy T made them laugh their guts out and the party followed with dinner served and everyone getting on the dance floor.