CSA and ECOBANK Liberia Launch Revolutionary 50% Salary Advance Scheme for Civil Servant

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CSA and ECOBANK Liberia Launch Revolutionary 50% Salary Advance Scheme for Civil Servant

Monrovia-Civil Servants in Liberia are rejoicing as the civil service Agency (CSA) and One of Liberia to Top Bank ECOBANK Liberia Reveal an excellent initiative to elevate and change employees’ financial welfare.

CSA and ECOBANK have introduce the 50% Salary Advance Arrangement, featuring a first-time low interest rate of just three (3) percent. Running through the step, CSA agent will simple open a fresh ECOBANK Enhance Salary Account, and further dial *326#, and access up to half of their monthly salaries directly into their account.

Repayment is effortless, with a deductions conveniently spread over thirty days (30).

This innovative measure by CSA and ECOBANK will paves the way for the highly anticipated once every two weeks payment system.  

The CSA Boss Josiah Joekai reveled this during a one on One Interview in Paynesville outside Monrovia.

In another development The Director General of the Civil Service Agency, Josiah Joekai has vowed to block 6,850 unverified employees from various Ministries and Agencies aimed at saving the government from unnecessary spending.

CSA Boss at MICAT regular press Briefing 

Making the disclosure to Reporters Wednesday May 22, 2025 at the Ministry of Information regular press briefing, the CSA director said the government payroll has several ghost names that are receiving monthly salaries at the expense of the state.


According to him, if the government of Liberia through the Civil Service Agency enforces this reform process, it will help to save the state from spending at least two million United States dollars yearly.


The CSA boss is at the same time calling on the government of Liberia to make available two hundred thousand to the entity aimed at enforcing the process across all ministries and agencies across the country.



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Daniel Theo Cole Daniel Theophilus Cole is a Senior Reporter at Kool 91.9 FM/TV/Knewsonline. Cole has a keen interest in Human Interest, Political, Economy, and Agricultural Stories. His passion for journalism extends beyond self-interest. Cell#0776762186 Email: [email protected]