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Strike Continues At Sime Darby - A Rejoinder

David B. Kolleh, Communication Officer of the Sime Darby Plantation in Liberia is pleased to clarify to the general public that at no point in time have I ever spoken to anyone from the New Dawn or any other media institution in Liberia about a strike action at Sime Darby Plantation in Liberia.

The report which was carried on Wednesday February 20, 2013 in volume 4.No.20 edition of the New Dawn was totally erroneous as was reported by the author.

As a matter of fact, the communication structure within Sime Darby does not give any member of the team authority to make statements that are not sanctioned or cleared by the Group Communication office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Besides, the issues that were raised in the article do not fall within my reach to begin speaking to the media. I therefore believe that Mr. Throuble Suah wrote the article from complete imagination, as he does not have any from which he had generated the article. 

Editor's Note: The Management of the Searchlight Communications Inc., publishers of the New Dawn newspaper regret the embarrassment our reporter has caused Mr. Kolleh and extends it deepest apology. The Management therefore taken


 

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