LFA Headquarter To Move Back At ATS – AS Raji Plans Rebranding


The President of the Liberia Football Association Mustapha Raji says his mission is to re-brand the entity.

The LFA President told a general staff meeting on Wednesday, October 31, 2018 that he wants to make the LFA work more effectively and efficiently.
President Raji informed the staff the new LFA Administration is going to reintroduce the insurance policy for staff members, declare and pay the actual taxes the LFA supposed to pay the government of Liberia and also pay for citizens Identification Cards for employees.

He disclosed in consultation with LFA Executives, his administration is planning to relocate the LFA offices to the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in the next few months stating the relocation will be done gradually.

The LFA headquarters was moved to the Four Store Blue Building on Benson Street in 2010 when Musa Bility took charge of the running of the LFA.

The Football House offices were moved from the ATS due to what the new LFA leadership at the time headed by Businessman; Musa Bility called lack of space.

Raji told the employees “As part of the motivation for the staff we begun providing rice and recognizing the employee of the month and we intend to continue that.”

He revealed the Executive Committee in consultation with the LFA Secretary-General is planning a retreat for staff members and training programs to build the capacity of the staff.

Mr.Raji, however, urged the staff to show commitment and dedication to duty and also informed them that there will be a reduction in the staff members but they could hire as contractors based on programs and activities the LFA is carrying out.

For his Part, Vice President for Administration Sekou W. Konneh called on the staff to always report to work on time. Mr. Konneh wants the staff to exhibit professionalism in their duty at the LFA.

He said he has received quotations from three insurance companies and the process of reintroducing insurance benefits will soon get underway.

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