The Minister of Posts and Telecommunications, Dr. Frederick B. Norkeh, on Friday, July 17, told his staff that enough is not enough and as such, they should continue to work and provide quality services needed by Liberians.
Dr. Norkeh challenged his staff not to be complacent because complacency is a sign of weakness. “We should remain vigilant to do what we need to do for this country.”
The staff had gathered to honor Dr. Norkeh for what they described as “his farsightedness in improving the welfare of employees as well as the ministry.”
He said the award given him was a sign of appreciation, commitment and dedication from the staff, but was also intended for the staff themselves, because it is through their support that he is able to achieve the goals of the ministry.
“You people are the ones that are doing well for this ministry because it is through your efforts that this ministry is booming and therefore I must also thank you,” he told the staff.
The Postmaster General also encouraged the staff to remain focused, determined with the mindset of improving the ministry to an advanced level.
“If you tell someone that you work at the Posts and Telecommunications and nothing is improving here, you will receive a negative reaction, but if you are doing well obviously, you will take pride in your accomplishment, so I urge you all to go out and tell others the good news because
I know that we are doing well here,” Dr. Norkeh said.
He said in spite of the limited budget support, he and his staff have been able to do well in seeking the welfare of the employees and renovation of the building hosting the ministry.