Liberian government discovers over 40,000 illegal civil servants

The Liberian government says it has discovered over 40,000 illegal civil servants in its system.

The Director General of the Civil Service Agency (CSA), Josiah Joekai told the bbc.co.uk details of the civil servants were entered incorrectly or not at all into the Personnel Action Notice (Pan).

The Pan process is a mandatory requirement for employment.

There are at least 70,000 civil servants in Liberia and more than 50% are currently illegal because they did not do the Pan process, he said.

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Mr Joekai said the process comprises the full details of individuals who are entered on the government employment roster after completing evaluation and credential checks.

-BBC-

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