Monrovia, December 30, 2019: The Liberian Senate has confirmed Atty. J. Adams Manobah, Sr. and Philomena Bloh Sayeh as Chairman and Vice Chairperson respectively, of the Liberia Land Authority (LLA).
The letter of confirmation was sent to the President of Liberia, His Excellency George Manneh Weah recently following the scrutiny of their credentials by the Liberian Senate during separate hearings in the Senate Chambers at Capitol Hill.
Prior to their ascendency to the posts, Atty. J. Adams Manobah served as Vice Chairman of the LLA while P. Bloh Sayeh, a University lecturer, in recent past served as Director General of the Center for National Documents and Records Agency (CNDRA).
Both Chairman Manobah and Vice Chairman Bloh Sayeh are coming to the posts with wealth of experiences in the land sector particularly in land governance, land administration and customers’ services.
While it is true that they deserve the appointments based on their knowledge and experiences in the land sector, which necessitated the confidence of the President to appoint them, and subsequent consent of the Liberian Senate, it is incumbent on the Board of Commissioners (BoC) and staff of the LLA to ensure that the well acclaimed Land Rights Act (LRA) and the Liberia Land Authority Act (LLAA) are implemented accordingly for the benefit of the Liberian people and nation.
In the meantime, Chairman Manobah has called on the Board of Commissioners, Executive Director and staff of the LLA to continue their hard work especially during the ensuing years because the tasks ahead are enormous.
He extended thanks and appreciations to President George Manneh Weah, Senate’s Pro-tempore Senator Albert Chie, and the Liberian people for the confidence entrusted in the Commission of the LLA.
Chairman Manobah promised that the LLA will live up to the spirits of the National Land Policy; the mandate of the Land Rights Law of Liberia; and the expectations of the people of Liberia.
He assured the land governance in today’s Liberia will be administered to support sustainable economic growth and development.
He said diligence to duty should be the hallmark of the staff and with concerted efforts much will be accomplished. He spoke recently during an end-of-year senior management team meeting at the LLA office in Mamba Point.
Reported By: Arthur R. Tucker
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