Dear Madam Sirleaf,
Kindly accept our sincere greetings. We write to say many thanks and appreciation to you for the invaluable maximum contributions you have been making over the years to the total growth, development and progress of the government and people of Liberia since you assumed power to date – such a sound, democratic leadership is highly commendable indeed.
However, Madam President, we are actually constrained and disappointed to bring to your official attention the management of the Cocopa Rubber Plantation Company’s deliberate refusal and denial to give our fair entitled financial benefits to date.
Therefore, Your Excellency, we the voiceless and marginalized are at this point in time humbly appealing to you to please intervene in order that we receive our long delayed financial benefits we labored for prior to the war years.
It can be recalled that on February 25, 2014, we the former workers of Cocopa Company addressed a letter to you to that effect.
By and large, Madam President, the management of the abovementioned company is about to pay her present workforce, and is not even thinking about us at all.
Therefore, from the look of things, Madam President, we want to logically deduce and conclude that the management is up to chaos and confusion.
Whatever the case, Madam President, we are looking up to you for an amicable final solution at your earliest Executive convenience.
With kindest regards and sentiments of our highest esteem.
Moses W. Nya, Secretary
B. George Kruah, Chairman
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David C. Mitchell, Advisor