Liberian company focuses on road management

The management of the Liberian Agricultural (LAC) on March 27 presented a brand new front-hand loader to its road maintenance department.

Welcoming quests during the presentation program, LAC’s Human Resource and Administration Manager Harry M. Attoh said the management will “continue to improve and bring to the LAC management the quality that they deserve as an institution by not only improving on our manpower but also and more importantly, the provision of the equipment or machines that are needed to impact the kind of work that we do’’.

Making special remarks, the workshop manager Tirupathi Dveraj Krishna lauded the management’s gesture and said the machine will be maintained and used for it intended propose.

For his part, the General Manager of LAC Vijay Maira said “everything in this universe is God’s property and it becomes the responsibility for us to take care of it for the fact that anything that is given by God to us should be protected by us since we are the protector and as a will of God, we must conduct ourselves and make sure that his property be taken care off’’.

Mr. Maira noted that God has given the equipment to the management of LAC as a benefit for use on the rubber plantation to maintain better roads, better output in the factory and all jobs that the machine can perform.

He emphasized that ‘’we must be careful in handling this machine, particularly the operator who is going to be sitting inside of the cabin on a daily basis, he is going to be the actual protector of God’s property.’’

Mr. Maira said ‘’for the last few years the Management of LAC have been struggling for finances but despite all the challenges we have had, the company managed to purchase this machine which was highly necessary’’.

Draper C. Tolborh, Sr