LEC Retires Deputy CEO

first_imgThe Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) on December 30 retired its Deputy Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Joseph T. Mayah whom employees described as one of the engines of the entity.Mr. Mayah joined the LEC in 1979 and served in various positions, including Managing Director.Foday S. Sackor, the current Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Managing Director said it was difficult to tell Mr. Mayah good-bye considering his years of institutional knowledge.Director Sackor said Mr. Mayah has been constant over the years in serving the people of Liberia and the institution.“With your experience, the LEC management will continue to reach out to you to ensure that your legacy is cemented and we can look up to you for tutorial at any time,” MD Sackor said.Director Sackor stressed that working with Mr. Mayah for the past few months was a great experience and hoped it would continue after his retirement.In response, Mayah said he was delighted to receive such an appreciation and honor from the LEC family, after many years of service.“You are appreciating me because of my loyalty and service to you so you should always remain at a place that you can be appreciated as well. I want to also appreciate President Sirleaf for appointing me three times since her administration, which is significant,” Mr. Mayah said.Mr. Mayah meanwhile, cautioned the new Interim Management Team to begin looking at the latest developments in power generation around the world for integration into LEC’s initiatives.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more


first_imgA judge said he did not think there was any bail condition that any court could put on a 17 year old Letterkenny youth that he would not break.Letterkenny District Court.Judge Paul Kelly was speaking yesterday after he revoked the bail of a local teenager. A Garda came to court to give evidence that the teenager had broken at least five of seven bail conditions imposed on him when he was last in court.The Gardai said he was strongly objecting to bail as the young man would break “one hundred bail conditions” put on him.The Garda said he was aware the man had broken a number of conditions including curfew conditions, not signing on, not answering his phone and not staying at the address he was supposed to.Solicitor Patsy Gallagher asked the man if he had broken any of his bail conditions and he admitted he had.However, Mr Gallagher asked Judge Kelly at Letterkenny District Court not to send the man back to St Patrick’s Institute as his personal safety was under threat.The young man gave evidence and said he was aware that seventeen year olds could be sent to Wheatfield Prison.However Judge Kelly ordered the man to St.Pats but ordered the necessary precautions to be taken to safeguard the man.JUDGE ADMITS THERE IS NO BAIL CONDITION TEENAGER WOULD NOT BREAK was last modified: January 14th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:bail conditionsJudge Paul KellyLetterkenny District Courtlast_img read more