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Thursday, April 18, 2024

GRIEVING WIDOW ALLEGES HARASSMENT AND STRESS AT THE NEC CONTRIBUTED TO TRAGIC DEATH OF HENRY FLOMO

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MONROVIA, LIBERIA – In a heart-wrenching funeral speech today, the late Henry Flomo’s widow shed light on the challenges her husband faced during his time at the National Economic Commission (NEC). She revealed that Henry had been plagued by persistent harassment and stress, which ultimately took a toll on his well-being.

Speaking before a somber crowd, the grieving widow bravely shared her husband’s ordeal, stating that he had repeatedly expressed his grievances about the toxic work environment he endured. According to her, an unnamed senior executive at the Commission had been the source of relentless harassment for the past two years, leaving Henry feeling powerless and trapped.

“I constantly urged him to leave that job,” she lamented, her voice trembling with emotion. “But he always assured me that he would depart at the appropriate time.”

Through her tears, she emphasized that her late husband was a good man, one who deserved better than the suffering he experienced in his professional life. While the widow’s allegations have yet to be substantiated, her words serve as a powerful reminder of the importance of addressing workplace issues and promoting a safe and supportive environment for all employees.

The NEC, as the governing body responsible for economic matters, now faces scrutiny over the allegations made by Henry Flomo’s widow. As the public waits for an official response from the Commission, questions arise regarding the measures in place to prevent workplace harassment and ensure the well-being of its employees.

The tragic loss of Henry Flomo serves as a poignant reminder of the need for organizations to prioritize the mental health and happiness of their workforce. It is a call for action, urging employers to foster a culture of respect, empathy, and support within the workplace to prevent such devastating outcomes.

The late Henry Flomo’s memory will persist as a symbol of the struggles faced by employees in toxic work environments, and a catalyst for change in how organizations address and prevent workplace harassment and stress.

Our thoughts and condolences go out to the grieving widow and the loved ones left behind by Henry Flomo. Flomo, the former Director of Communication of the National Election Commission collapsed suddenly on Sunday, February 25, 2024, in Ganta Nimba County while conducting a training workshop.

Flomo, former Assistant Secretary General of the Press Union of Liberia (PUL) is survived by his three children (Henry Flomo Jr, Nathaniel Flomo, and Henrica Flomo), his mother Garmai Seimah, several brothers and sisters, as well as other relatives in and out of Liberia. May his soul rest in peace.

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