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Women Advocate Nudges Loyalty For Institutional Growth
By Johnson Bobby Liway, LINA Grand Bassa County Correspondent
BUCHANAN, October 31 (LINA) –“Loyalty is key to the growth and development of any institution,” the Executive Director of Liberia Women Action Committee (LIWOMAC), T. Estella Nelson, has said.
She added that whether one works in government, a non-governmental organization or church, it is important to be loyal at all times in discharging duties for the growth and development of that establishment.
Nelson made the statement when she delivered the keynote address during the 12th anniversary celebration of the Bassa Women Development Association (BAWODA) in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County on Friday.
Present at the occasion were county officials, representatives of NGOs, Civil Society Groups, prominent citizens, Zonal Council Heads, women and youth groups.
Nelson praised the executive director of BAWODA for empowering women of the county from various districts to learn how to read and write and standup in the midst of others in advocating their rights.
“You have to graduate from one level to another in order to advance yourselves in becoming superintendents, ministers and executive directors when you go to school and learn more and more,” she pointed out.
She then challenged the women of BAWODA to be loyal to the organization in order to grow to higher heights.
During the program, the Executive Director of BAWODA, Martha Flanjay Karnga, praised citizens of the county for the level of support given the organization over the years and admonished them to do more.