Items filtered by date: June 2015

The Paynesville City Corporation (PCC) has thanked the Management of the National Social Security & Welfare Corporation (NASSCORP) for its support toward the Du-port Road Junction Beautification Project.

In a communication addressed to NASSCORP Director-General Dewitt vonBallmoos, Acting Paynesville City Mayor Cyvette C. Gibson said the commitment of NASSCORP to the city has been incredibly helpful and enhanced the gateway to the country.

Tuesday, 16 June 2015 00:00

NASSCORP's Post Ebola Sports Jamboree

Management Whips Junior Staff in Soccer - Junior Staff Defeats Management in Kickball

The Management of the National Social Security & Welfare Corporation (NASSCORP) defeated the Junior Staff of the Corporation 5 - 4 in a soccer encounter at the Barracks Young Controllers Sports Pitch -Monrovia, on Friday, June 12, 2015.

The drumming and singing of both cheering squads barely ended, when the curtain raiser in the game came. It was six minutes into the game, when the junior staff through Ignatius Blamo, volleyed in their first goal.

The Management side equalized five minutes later through a powerful 18-yard strike by Management's prolific striker, Deputy Director-General Nya D. Twayen, Jr.

The jubilation of management's supporters could hardly subside, when Ignatius Blamo netted in the second goal, coming in the 16th minute, for the Junior Staff.

Determined to prove that the toll of age could not prevent them from keeping in check the soccer prowess of the young boys, the management side pressed on relentlessly. And in the 20th minute, this paid off when they equalized through a kick from Sie Anderson.

The Junior Staff, counting on their youthfulness and its attendant agility, decided to give the "papays" a run for their money. This seesaw battle continued until the 34th minute, when Nathaniel Wolo scored the third goal for the Junior Staff.

About nine minutes following their third goal, the junior staff netted in their fourth goal through the effort of James S. Kollie. A half time the score line stood at 4 - 2 in favor of the junior staff.

When hostilities resumed after half time, the tide began to turn against the junior staff. The momentum generated by them during the first half was dying down, thus letting the management side to seize the moment. This trend continued until the management squad netted in their third, through the right-footer from the prolific striker, Deputy Director-General Twayen.

Spurred on by the latest spell of success, the management side scored their fourth goal through Sie Anderson, thus equalizing the score to four goals apiece.

The winning mode into which the management side got did not end until they sealed the dome of the junior staff side at 6:15 p.m., when they scored their fifth and winning goal through the Deputy Director-General Twayen who was the man of the match.

Earlier, the junior staff girls whipped the management women 13 - 9 in a kickball match.

The games were part of the Corporation's post-Ebola sports jamboree intended to reunite staff of NASSCORP and provide them the environment for social interaction after the Ebola lock-down and the subsequent freedom from the Ebola Virus.

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A new corps of officers of the National Social Security & Welfare Corporation Workers union has been inducted into office for a two-year period. The ceremony was held at the Corporation's head office on Friday, June 12, 2015.

Those inducted into office include

  • Thomas P. Johnson ------ President
  • Feeta Traub-Sando ------- Vice President for Administration
  • Abubakar K. Kordor ------ Vice President for Operations
  • Felimoh Dulleh ------------ General Secretary
  • John A. Darkorlon -------- Financial Secretary
  • Comfort Seville ------------ Treasurer
  • Rose Watts ----------------- Chaplain

This new corps of officers succeeded the Marie Free-Mensah administration whose term of office expired in October 2014, the height of the Ebola outbreak in Liberia.

Mr. Johnson was elected in April this year, when he defeated one-time president of NASSCORP Workers' Union, Mr. M. Anthanisius Carr, in a tightly fought election.

In his inaugural address, President Johnson thanked his fellow employees for the confidence reposed in him, and promised to create harmonious working environment at the level of NASSCORP Workers Union by focusing on effective representation, accountability and unity.

He added that his administration would seek to negotiate with management on reasonable demands in a timely and matured manner in championing the voices of every employee. The new union boss pledged his administration's commitment to uniting all employees, regardless of their assignments and backgrounds.

He thanked Management for promoting good labor practices at the Corporation as well as creating the enabling environment for the successful conduct of the just-ended elections.

Meanwhile, President Johnson has set up several committees and appointed individuals to them. They include: Ways & Means, headed by Constance Bartu; Publicity, white Kezelle Vanyanbah as head; Grievance Committee, headed by Miatta W. Langford; Social Welfare Committee, chaired by Francilia Joejoe; and Program & Planning Committee, with Rose Gerring as its head.

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