Pharmacists Protest In Monrovia Over Salary Disparities
Several pharmacists in Monrovia protest at Executive Mansion against huge salary disparities; calls on government to pay according to qualification and settle other benefits
During the protest, the spokesperson of the group, Dr. George Sorbor told journalists, their action was intended to draw President Weah’s attention to the lack of welfare, salary disparity and other benefits for pharmacists across Liberia.
Dr. Sorbor stated that Pharmacists deserve better, and need to receive salaries in accordance with their various qualifications.
According to Dr. Sorbor, the aggrieved pharmacists engaged authorities of the Ministry of Health, Civil Service Agency and the Ministry of Finance concerning the matter, but there have been no redress.
The aggrieved pharmacists’ spokesperson threatened the group willingness to continue protesting until modalities are worked on by the CDC led government to address their concerns.
Credit: OK FM