FREEPORT-MONROVIA: The National Port Authority (NPA) has announced that normal operations of the Port have resumed following a temporary Court’s closure order.

The Gateway to Liberia was early Tuesday, December 7, 2021, shut up based on a Court’s order on accounts of liability to a group of 1990 leave-rs ( former employees of the NPA).

Tuesday’s court action was prompted by a prayer from a group of compulsory leavers ( former employees of 1990 ) whose services were redundant as a result of the civil war.

According to a release from NPA,
In spite of the temporary closure action by the court, the current Management of the NPA has never reneged nor refused to settle the 31 years(1990) liability that’s being serviced consistently with documented payment plans.

depicting the free flow and movement of goods and services for trade and commerce purposes. “Thanks to the legal department of the NPA and team of government lawyers for the restoration of normal activities at the Port”, the release added.

The NPA reiterated in its release that the Port’s management remains committed to settling the debts in line with the payment arrangement it inherited.

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