seek the Presidency, I was
striving for collaboration with
leaders and willing
community. Unfortunately, this
has not fully materialized. Perhaps people are
just slow to respond to the call to participate in
the growth and development of this
Once again, I extend an open invitation to
members of the Liberian community to join
me and my administration to make our
community a vibrant one. There are different
ways we can contribute to this organization.
My administration is working closely with
committee heads as they actively
individuals to serve on our various committees.
We want to encourage our fellow Liberians to
put aside our differences as we strive to make
good of this community.
In recent years we have witnessed the
formation of tribal organizations within our
community. The formation of these tribal
affiliated organizations like Chellando, the
Cape Mountainians and the Lofa organization
are good steps in the right direction, but these
collaboration with the Liberian Association if
they are to gain full recognition with the State
Indiana and the African Center
Indianapolis. While I may have heard of these
groups, my administration has not received
formal information about the functions and
establishment of these organizations. I will also
like to extend an invitation on behalf of the
Liberian Association to members of these
organizations to join us as we seek to build a
unified organization for us all.
I ran for this office on the platform of “Unity”.
Unity is learning by doing through active and
collaborative ventures that balances theory
and practice. A unified organization will
enable our members to pay their monthly
membership dues. A unified organization will
enable its members to show love and concern
for others. I believe we are moving in the right
direction to unite our community.
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