Africa: Information Minister Laments Media Plight

Liberia’s Minister of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism Lenn Eugene Nagbe, who is on record for tongue-lashing the Press Union of Liberia, the umbrella body for journalists here, says the media in Liberia and other parts of Africa is treated as a step-child. Nagbe notes that the media is underpaid, as compared to other countries, including lack of insurance, poor working condition, low salaries for staff as well as lack of equipment, among other limitations.

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