By Narok Newspaper Edition Correspondent
THE Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) on Wednesday bid farewell to its outgoing IT Director Eng. Johnson ole Nchoe who served the company for two years.
The party was attended by Corporation Chief Executive Officer Peter Graham and staff of LEC.
Speaking on behalf of LEC, Mr Graham said that the farewell was an initiation to appreciate Eng Nchoe for the significant contributions he made during his tenure.
“He has done a great job for us and for this country and we have to celebrate his contribution as he goes back to Kenya. We wish you well,” said Graham.
The CEO praised the Kenyan for accepting to leave his peaceful country and rebuild a nation that was hit hard by civil war.
In his vote of thanks, Eng Nchoe explained that it had been an enjoyable, challenging and a very exciting journey is ensuring that the people of Liberia get electricity.
“I would like to thank all of you for the massive support you gave me to ensure the success of LEC,” said Eng Nchoe.
He was appointed to join a team of consultants in a Donors funded programme to assist re- built the Electricity network in Liberia which was destroyed after many years of civil war.
However, the efforts were by hampered ebola virus.
Eng Nchoe has a distinguish career in energy sector having served as the Chief ICT Manager in Kenya Power Company before making early retirement to pursue to private business opportunities.
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