Stakeholders of Liberia Boxing Association have elected a new team of Leadership to manage the affairs of the local boxers for the next couple of years.
The Boxing stakeholders at the weekend elected Jonathan Wade as the new president, replacing Solomon Davis who has been in charge for the past years.
Mr. Wade was elected on a white ballot at the weekend’s poll after other individuals that were interested in contesting the LBA presidency declined to contest.
Mr. Wade and all of the new executives of the LBA were elected on white ballots at the weekend elections.
Emmanuel Sakey was elected as Vice President for Administration, Fredrick Jackson won as Vice President for Technical Affairs, and Alfred Slocum was elected as Secretary General.
The Liberia Boxing Association new president speaking after his victory pledged his commitment to working to revamp the local boxing association.
Liberian boxers have faced serious constraints in the past years and competing at the local boxing body has appeared dormant.
The former President, Solomon Davis spent the past years fetching funding and material support for the boxing sport in Liberia.
The Boxing election was conducted by the Liberia Kickball Federation (LKF) President E. Surprise Whea.