LIBERIA: Mechanic Union Extols Gov’t for Operational Status

By Moses Quollin*

 The National Mechanic Union of Liberia, expresses thanks and appreciation to the Government of Liberia for formally recognizing its efforts to supervise activities of mechanics and garages across the country.

The establishment of a Union by group of Liberians is aimed at maintaining and upholding the dignity and integrity of the mechanic profession through a standard and effective regulatory system that will unite, protect and seek the welfare of all mechanics in Liberia.

As a registered National Trade Union Organization, the National Mechanic Union is seeking a positive collaboration and cooperation from the National Government through its line Ministries and Agencies implementing policies related to Mechanics and Garages operations.

 “Our vision is to unionized all mechanics under one umbrella from all sectors, with the hope of creating an enabling environment where everyone is given equal opportunity to benefit from their profession and services delivered,” says Mohammed Conneh, President of National Mechanic Union of Liberia.

“We are also seeking collaboration from the general public as well as local and International partners interested in implementing programs and policies aimed at the following:

To regulate the activities and efficiency of all mechanic under one umbrella through a uniform code of professional ethics(cope).

To identify, engage and collaborate with national and international partners to implement programs geared towards the improvement and well-being of mechanic in Liberia.

To advocate, protect and promote the rights, interest and dignity of all mechanics within the length and breadth of Liberia.

To act as bridge or liaison between the mechanic and the national government in transmitting all government policies meant to be observed or adhered to by mechanic. 

We are therefore encouraging all Mechanics in Liberia, as well as those operating garages, and others to take ownership by registering their membership with the National Mechanic Union. Registration is ongoing through our Field Agents visiting your garages.”

 Mohammed Conneh: We can also be reached at our office on Center Street, South Beach Community on UN Drive in Monrovia, the Union President says while displaying his contact address as follows  mechanicunion@gmail.com 0777832605

Leads Effort to Register Garages, Mechanics Nationwide

About Cholo Brooks 14633 Articles
Joel Cholo Brooks is a Liberian journalist who previously worked for several international news outlets including the BBC African Service. He is the CEO of the Global News Network which publishes two local weeklies, The Star and The GNN-Liberia Newspapers. He is a member of the Press Union Of Liberia (PUL) since 1986, and several other international organizations of journalists, and is currently contributing to the South Africa Broadcasting Corporation as Liberia Correspondent.

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