Sinkor’s Sajj House Restaurant is in the midst of another controversy, as its workers are accusing the management of unfair labor treatment.
The government of Liberia announced the reopening of Sajj House, a Lebanese owned restaurant on 18th street, Sinkor.
The government of Liberia on Friday evening ordered the immediate closure of Sajj House Restaurant on 18th street in Sinkor, following hours of protest calling for the change of what they say is a discriminatory policy practiced by the business.
The management of Sajj House Restaurant has claimed responsibility for humiliations meted against three female customers by its security guards this past Friday evening. However, the restaurant denies that it has ever had a sexist or racist policy in place.
Three young Liberian women are accusing Sajj House, a popular Lebanese-owned restaurant in Sinkor, of discriminating against black female customers who are unaccompanied by males.