The Director for Employment at the Ministry of Labor Otis Wreyou has expressed disappointment on the part of the Liberia Chambers of Commerce on its failure to provide the 500 jobs that were promised by the government of Liberia and some recent University graduates.
Wreyou said the Liberia Chambers of Commerce signed an MoU with the Ministry of Labor 2021 for the provision of 500 jobs which has not been actualized and is causing serious problems for the Ministry of Labor.
According to him, the information was published by the Ministry of Labor, and thousands of recent graduates applied, which a thousand persons were interviewed and trained by the Association of HR professionals; adding three hundred names were also sent to the Liberia Chambers of Commerce with all the information but to date, nothing has happened.
Director Wreyou emphasized that the Liberia Chambers of Commerce has reneged on their promise.
For his part, the President of the Liberia Chambers of Commerce, Cllr. N. Oswald Tweh, in an interview recently clarified that the Chambers of Commerce has not reneged on their promise but blamed the global challenge the World, especially COVID-19 and other issues, a situation he said has caused the Liberia Chambers of Commerce to be unable to implement what was promised the Liberian people.