LIBERIA: Gov’t To Probe Crisis At MOPP, CRC

The Ministries of Internal Affairs and Justice have set up an inter-agency committee to investigate the crisis at the Maryland Oil Palm Plantation (MOPP) and the Cavalla Rubber Corporation (CRC) in Maryland County.
The committee comprises the Ministries of Internal Affairs and Justice as Chairman and Co-chair, as well as the Ministries of Labor and Agriculture, Land Commission, National Bureau of Concessions and the Maryland County Administration as members.
The action was prompted by a letter of grievance from the youths of Maryland County regarding operations at MOPP and CRC, a release from the Ministry of Internal Affairs said.
On Saturday, an inter-agency meeting jointly chaired by Internal Affairs Minister Morris Dukuly and Justice Minister Benedict Sannoh was held at the Internal Affairs Ministry on Capitol Hill in Monrovia.
At the meeting were Maryland County Senator Gblebo Brown, who represented the Legislative Caucus, Executive Director of the National Bureau of Concessions, the Inspector General of Liberian National Police and Maryland County Superintendent Betsy Kuoh.
Counselors James A.A. Pierre and John Saah Nyumah represented MOPP and CRC, according to the release.
It said it was at that meeting the committee, expected to travel to Maryland County next week, was set up to investigate the crisis at the two entities.

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