ATI-LAB On Rescue Mission

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-Condemns Call To Dismiss Paynesville’s Mayor 

The leadership and members of Accountability Transparency  Integrity Lab , a civil society that has over the years evaluated the workings, qualification, competence/performance and integrity of former and current government officials as well as the private sector of Liberia seriously frowned on the continuous barbaric tendency of some young people that have agreed to be used as stooges and telex-guided to tint or malign the highly earned integrity and cordial working relationship of committed and dedicated public servants.

Speaking in a news conference over the weekend in Paynesville the Executive Director of ATI –Lab

condemns in the strongest terms the press statement that was issued in Monrovia by a group of young people under the banner “Paynesville Concerned Youth” and other stage managed groupings to desist from attempts to tint and mis-inform our energetic, innovative, integrity oriented and agenda driven President George Manneh Weah that the Mayor is under-performing in the performance of her assigned national duty (city ordinance).

According to Amb. Melvin Dweh the statement issued by the Paynesville Concerned Youth have no room for public consumption.

Dweh said, the ATI-LAB wants to sincerely reveal to the general public that since the inception of Mayor Taylor at the Paynesville City Corporation (PCC), our Monitoring/Evaluation and Performance Management (M&E/PM) Division has been tentatively monitoring, evaluating and measuring the administrative and operational performance of Mayor Taylor and the entity at large.The ATI-Lab boss said in terms of instituted and implemented city’s ordinance measures amidst the prevailing economic constrains, challenges that the entity is encountering, the entity has been doing practically well in terms of sustaining a cordial/co-existing administration-employees and citizenry relationship.

He quoted Chapter four (4), section (16) which prohibits selling on Sunday and Chapter four (4), section (9) which prohibits selling on sidewalks and parking of vehicles at un-authorized areas, garbage collection from several dumpsites in the  City Paynesville  namely (Rock International Academy, Ducor Mineral Water, Liberia Broadcasting System LBS) and 72nd Junction amongst others.

He said, capacity building, sensitization awareness campaign initiatives and job creation for inhabitants of the City of Paynesville that seek to enhance city ordinance and improve livelihood for a secure and healthy living condition for the citizenry of the City of Paynesville and Liberians at large.

Dweh also admonish young Liberians and the citizenry to practically engage into positive and impactful ventures that would enhance national sectors development in Liberia instead of engaging into telex-guided, belly-driven or stage-managed ventures that have the propensity to undermine the peace and development in Liberia.

 

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