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Radio Kakata Board Asks Chair To Quit
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Radio Kakata Board Asks Chair To Quit

Richard Baysah, LINA Margibi County Correspondent

KAKATA, June 12 (LINA) - Members of the Advisory Board of Radio Kakata, a community broadcaster, have given the Board Chairman a 48-hour ultimatum to resigned his post.

In a seven-count letter addressed to Chairman Momo V. Corneh, the board members accused him of lack of accountability and making unilateral decisions without consulting the board.

The letter stated that Corneh’s refusal to adhere to their request will lead to tougher actions in the interest of the community that the radio serves.

They urged Corneh convene an urgent board meeting at which he can formally submit his resignation.

However, when contacted by the Liberia News Agency via mobile phone, Mr. Corneh denied any wrong doing that warrants his resignation as Chairman of the Board of Radio Kakata.

He said instead it was members of the Advisory Board who should be thinking of resigning because they have all overstayed their tenures as Board members of Radio Kakata.



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