LFA President Musa Bility promises smooth transition, calls for unity and respect among stakeholders.

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The President of the Liberia Football Association Musa Bility has challenged stakeholders to put the interest of the sports development forward and desist from divisiveness.
According to him sports is a Unifier force as such stakeholders should show case said attributes.
His statement was in reference to some aggrieved individuals who were seen at the entrance of the extraordinary congress hall calling for one of the Presidential candidates in person of Mustapha Raji not to be allowed to contest the elections due to allege questionable nationality issue something Mr. Bility frowns at greatly.
He said if sports must move forward then now is the time especially under the leadership of a President who has a strong background in sports.
Bility speaking at extraordinary congress promise to implement a peaceful transition.
He said if former president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf can do effectively implement a peaceful transition the LFA is no exception.
His comments were generally welcomed by several other stakeholders who noted the is time to move the sector forward.
Both Malcolm Joseph and Dee Maxwell Kemayah called for proper investigation into the matter to ensure those behind such ugly practice are brought to booked.
The well attended congress ended with the approval of the names of members of the judiciary and election committees respectively.
According to President Bility the approved names from the congress will be subsequently installed next week as the calender of events leading to the March’s election will be disclosed later.
Meanwhile Bility has openly endorse the candidacy of Victor Gboyah as an executive committee member.
According to the outgoing President Gboyah has done well for the LFA security wise and deserves to be an EC member.