Monrovia—The Management of the NEW VISION Newspaper has instituted major and stringent changes and reforms at the institution to enhance accountability, productivity and efficiency and moreover credibility in line with its objectives to serve prudently the larger Liberian society.
In a release issued in Monrovia, the Management of the NEW VISION Newspaper has reiterated that as a part of a segment of the society and a strong critic of corruption and other ills of society, it wouldn’t conduct any of its staff member(s) to engage in any unscrupulous and unacceptable acts.
The management is herein stating with immediate effect the dismissal of its Business and Finance Manager, Mr. Fuflay Nyenkan for gross dishonest practices. Mr. Nyenkan’s fraudulent acts have seriously affected the smooth operations of the NEW VISION Newspaper, subjugating the paper to unwarranted financial constraintS.
The Management is also warning the public that anyone doing business with Mr. Nyenkan in the name of the New Vision Newspaper would be doing so at his/ her own risk, and this must claim the immediate attention of all institutions, especially Ecobank, LBDI, MICAT, Publishers Association of Liberia, Press Union of Liberia, heads of media houses to desist from dealing with the above named individual
Meanwhile, Mr. Jacob T. Newton, a senior reporter of the institution has been named acting Business Manager, Sylvester Wowee, Sports Editor while Anthony W. R. Johnson has been appointed as acting Editor-In-Chief.
According to the paper’s management, Mr. Newton is one of the committed, dedicated and hardworking staffers who continues to make great sacrifices and work within the established objectives of the institution.
The paper’s Management further reiterates its commitment and demonstrated objectives to remain unbiased, objective and balanced in the exercise of its reportage, as it serves the greater Liberian society and the world at large, with diligence and commitment.
The NEW VISION Newspaper on Thursday, 16 December 2004 made its debut on the newsstand with an expression of commitment to serve the media community in Liberia.
In a press release, the paper said, it has survived all odds, weathered the storm and still remains persistent on the newsstand, and that it has won numerous achievements including being the first to dedicate its back cover page to sports, while remaining critical of the public and private sector, and that it have unearthed dozen of malpractices over the years.