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first_imgProtesters blocked CARI’s Entrance, thus preveting workers from entering their offices.Employees and casual laborers at the Central Agricultural Research Institute (CARI) in Suakoko District, Bong County, on Tuesday, December 10, 2019 instituted a strike action, which paralyzed normal working activities. The protesters were demanding the re-in-statement of one of their colleagues, who they claimed was dismissed by the CARI Management without any “justifiable cause.”CARI Research Assistant, Arthur Wennah, was reportedly dismissed from work by the Caretaker Director, Madam Paulette Findley, for reason this newspaper has not established up to press time last night.Wennah, on Thursday December 5, 2019, told Radio Gbarnga that several assets belonging to CARI were reportedly taken away by one David Tokpah, head of the Natural Resource Department, who acted at that time as acting director in the absence of Madam Paulette Findley, CARI’s Acting Director General.Wennah told the station that at the time the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) was here, some of the soldiers used the CARI’s facilities, but when UNMIL departed in 2018, the mission presented several items, ranging from generators, air conditioners, fencing wires, and chairs to the management of CARI for use.When Wennah disclosed that several missing items, including a 50kva generator, fencing wires and an air conditioner were all discovered by police being packed in the ‘Millionaire Quarter Community’ in Gbarnga over the weekend.But Police have not established whether these materials are part of the items that the peacekeepers donated to CARIMadam Towan Gbeinquio, Casual Laborers’ LeaderDavid Tokpah, the head of the Natural Resource Department, who is at the center of the allegation for reportedly removing those assets from the CARI premises, has denied having any idea about how the materials left CARI and got in the compound in Gbarnga.Tokpah also told Radio Gbarnga recently that while acting as Director General for CARI, the security guards assigned there advised him to remove those materials from the CARI’s premises to different location for fear of being gutted by fire since the dry season is already here.“We don’t want those materials to be taken away by criminals…, this is the reason why we took them to a safer location,” David Tokpah told the local radio station.CARI’s Acting Director General has meanwhile ordered the suspension of David Tokpah, who is at the center of controversy pending police investigation.CARI’s Management letter to police specified that the alleged missing items, include a 50kva generator, two fuel tankers, air conditioners, and some unspecified items, but police have not made any arrest. Howeve, they said they have launched a full scale investigation in the situation.However, Daily Observer’s investigation established that Arthur Wennah might have been dismissed for leaking information to police that led to the discovery of some assets that may be belonging to CARI that went missing few days ago.In separate interview on at the CARI compound, some of the workers said they instituted a strike action until the CARI Management re-instates their colleague, Arthur Wennah.The fuming workers set a road block at the entrance to CARI, preventing other workers from entering the compound.“We want management to re-instate Arthur Wennah, because we don’t see the reason why Wennah should be dismissed, when the person who allegedly took away the materials has been suspended. We will not stop until the government can hear about us. We want Wennah back to work,” the enraged workers shouted over their shoulders.At the entrance, they placed placards with the inscriptions: “We want our generator back David P. Tokpah; We are tired, Go Findley!!! Go David!!!, No Arthur!!  No Work!! Go David!!.“CARI has lost its taste to the people of Bong County as a result of political interference in the running of the institution. CARI is a research center, and it should be a research center; not a political research center,” said Augustine Y. Johnson Research Assistant at CARI.“The Act that established CARI sates that the director general of the institution should hold a doctorate degree in the field of agriculture, but Madam Paulette Findley does not hold doctorate degree in any field of agriculture,” Johnson said.When contacted, the acting Director General, and an official in the Research Officer for Crops Program, Dr. Quaqua Sumo Mulbah, said: “We are only appealing to the people to go back to work.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_img Anderson has been an offensive stalwart for years now, a central part to their attack, their quiet 100-RBI man. But for all those many moments when he was so brilliant, there were always those who would call into question his hustle, his desire, his effort. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 In the division series opener against the Yankees, a shallow-playing Anderson saw a Robinson Cano drive sail over his head for a three-run double that provided all the runs New York would need. At proper depth, and most likely with a solid jump, many felt it was a ball that should have been caught. He left after the game without speaking to the media. Now it is Friday in New York in Game 3, left-hander Randy Johnson on the mound, two outs, two on and the left-handed Anderson at the plate. An Anderson who was 3-for-18 lifetime against Johnson. Anderson just jumped on a 1-1 pitch and drilled it out to right for the three-run homer in the first inning and a 3-0 Angels lead. Two innings later, he tripled off Johnson. Then there was a run-scoring single in the seventh. “I just took advantage of some pitches that were left out over the plate,” Anderson said. The former Kennedy High of Granada Hills standout, who had four hits and five RBI in the 11-7 win, said this in a postgame press conference that he clearly would rather have missed. Yesterday’s goat, today’s hero; it’s a familiar baseball story. But just as familiar is Anderson’s dislike for the media. When asked if he’d seen anything in the way Johnson was pitching to others that tipped him on how to attack the left-hander Friday, Anderson all but dressed down the media member. “You’ve got to be a little more specific on what you’re asking,” he said. “You’re kind of vague.” The question was repeated, and Anderson said: “We faced him a couple of times this year and we have a good idea what he’s doing up there.” Some guys almost can’t enjoy success. Anderson batted third in the two games at Anaheim, but was moved back to fifth against Johnson. Anderson shrugged at the change. “I don’t feel pressure playing baseball,” he said. “I really don’t pay attention to where I hit in the lineup. “Obviously I want to be in the middle of the order because that’s where I’ve been most of my career. But that’s the manager’s decision.” The Angels’ all-time leader in hits and RBI battled a bad back throughout much of the second half, but still finished with 17 home runs and 96 RBI. There have been a lot of big hits in his 11-year career, yet somehow always more questions. A few he mostly answers with his bat. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img NEW YORK – All this time, and it’s still hard to know what to make of Garret Anderson. The Angels’ very own enigma, their talented outfielder, both admired and … what? last_img read more

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