Min. Paye Makes Changes at MME -“To ensure greater efficiency and effectiveness”

MONROVIA: As heads of Ministries, Agencies and Commissions strategize on how to change the narrative at their respective institutions for maximum productivity as well as prioritizing employees’ welfare, the Minister of Mines and Energy, Wilmot Paye has made structural changes at the Ministry to ensure greater efficiency and effectiveness.

According to a press statement from the Ministry, Minister Paye has expanded the media arm of the Ministry to a Unit, making up a staff strength of four, unlike one that has been existing over the years.

The Minister told his senior staff during a strategic planning workshop that the move is intended to make the Ministry’s deliverance more visible to the public, whom the government is responsible to inform at all times. He said given the workload at the Ministry which controls mining activities in the Country, as well as superintend the energy sector, it is prudent to have more than one Journalist doing all of the public information work, especially when his administration is restructuring the Ministry’s information portals which include a brand new website and social media handles.

Paye has also established a legal Unit at the Mines and Energy Ministry to include three professional Lawyers. The Minister said, this move will ensure that the Ministry is on top of its game in terms of adequate legal representation. The legal team will, among other things, review all legal instruments including the mineral and mining laws, draft national energy policy and other regulations through which the Ministry operates. The strategic action plan also addresses a wide range of issues which Minister Paye and his administrators wish to roll out under the administration of President Joseph Nyuma Boakai.

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