Nine Liberians Merits Managerial Posts At GVL

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Ferdy Surya Handojo, CEO, GVL

The Management of Golden Veroleum Liberia Inc. (GVL) has promoted nine Liberian staff to managerial levels in Sinoe and Grand Kru Counties based on work performance, diligence, and commitment to the company.

According to Alphonso Kofi, GVL Communications Coordinator, the elevation of the nine (9) Liberians is in keeping with the company’s commitment to raising their employees, particularly competent Liberians, to higher managerial positions. He added that promotion is based on performance, punctuality, honesty, sincerity, commitment among other values.

Nupolue Morris Nakamou and Kerpo Kambleh were promoted as Senior Assistant Managers taking over Kpanyan and Kabada Plantations in the Agronomy Department, while Orlando Klaybor, Cyrus Bladee, Fred Brown, and Future Karr were promoted as Assistant Managers for Agronomy. 

Saar Kamara and Jerome Wleh Boye were promoted as Assistant Managers for Finance and Control and Abraham Greaves, IT Technician, was promoted to IT Support Staff in the Department.

As Senior Assistant Managers, Nupolue Morris Nakamou and Kerpo Kambleh are charged with the responsibilities of supervising the daily activities at the Company’s Kpanyan and Kabada farm sites in Sinoe County.

As for Klaybor, Bladee, Brown and Karr, their promotion comes with a supervisory role over Field Conductors and playing the role of Divisional Heads.

This is the second time in less than 12 months that GVL has promoted Liberians. In June of last year, Alphonso Kofi previously serving as Communications Officer was promoted to Communications Coordinator while Mark Threason Infra Assistant was promoted to Communications Officer.

GVL notes that despite challenges in infrastructure conditions coupled with the COVID-19 pandemic effects on its operation, it will continue to work closely with government and local communities to achieve the objectives by providing benefits to communities through employment, small business opportunities and sustained rural development.

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