LMA Commends VP Boakai
By Robert Dixon
MONROVIA, Feb 8 (LINA) - Authorities of the Liberia Marketing Association (LMA) have commended Vice President Joseph N. Boakai for reforms he initiated that have led to uninterrupted peace and harmony within the association.
Speaking in an interview with the Liberia News Agency (LINA) on Friday, the National Secretary General of the LMA, Mr. F. Cholypoh Nagbe, noted that before the Vice President’s reform initiatives the LMA was perpetually engulfed in conflict.
According to Mr. Nagbe, self-styled officials of the institution were in the constant habit of creating confusion to remove the leadership they did not support.
He said that with this reform process now in place and also being enacted into law, the LMA is now divided into three forms of leadership, including the Board of Directors, the Managers and the National Assembly.
“This time around, since this reform process, we are enjoying and no one from anywhere claiming to be a stakeholder can disrupt the administration of the association. For this reason, we give Vice President Boakai a big, big thank you,” he pointed.
Meanwhile, Nagbe has disclosed that the Liberian Vice President has been selected to serve as keynote speaker at the LMA’s second national convention slated for late February in Montserrado County.
Mr. Nagbe said the three -day convention will afford members of the LMA throughout the country to be educated on the new laws of the LMA as well as the three sets of leadership within the association.