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Civil Aviation Authority Boss Resigns To Contest Senate Seat In Lofa

Following the mandate of President George M. Weah for all appointed officials of the government aspiring to contest elective positions in the impending October 10, 2023, Presidential and Legislative Elections to resign on or before April 7, 2023, the Director General of the Liberia Civil Aviation Authority Moses Y. Kollie has officially tendered his resignation in compliance.

According to Kollie, he resigned from his post to focus on the citizens of Lofa County’s call for him to represent them as Senator of their County as well as to ensure that President George Manneh Weah has been reelected.

Kollie, who was appointed in 2018 as Minister of Labor and later transferred to the Liberia Civil Aviation Authority (LCAA) as the head, was a member of the House of Representatives during the two terms of formal President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. 

He served the people of Lofa County mainly elected as a Representative in 2005 & 2011 representing the people of Electoral District number four (4); now District number five (5), Salayea & Zorzor Administrative Districts, Lofa County.

Hon. Kollie expressed profound gratitude to President George Manneh Weah for the opportunity to serve his Country and people as Minister of Labour and, later, Director General of the LCAA.

“I will always remember the fantastic times I had with all of the colleagues I worked with over the years, when we were all learning and sharing great leadership abilities for our Country, Liberia”, he added.

It can be recalled that President Weah mandated all appointed officials of the government aspiring to contest elective positions in the impending October 10, 2023, Presidential and Legislative Elections to resign on or before April 7, 2023.

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The President’s order contained in Executive Order #117 issued Tuesday, March 14, 2023, is consistent with amended Sections 5.2 and 10.2 of the 2014 Code of Conduct enacted, approved and printed in handbills on December 29, 2022.

Moses Y Kollie is expected to contest on the ticket of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change against the incumbent Senator, Stephen Zargo of the Liberty Party.

It is not clear as to whether others have done the same or not but we await others to follow suit or be dismissed by the president as was stated in his Executive Order #117 issued Tuesday, March 14, 2023, which is consistent with amended Sections Civil Aviation Authority Boss Resigns To Contest Senate Seat In Lofa

Following a mandate by President George M. Weah for all appointed officials of the government aspiring to contest elective positions in the impending October 10, 2023, Presidential and Legislative Elections to resign on or before April 7, 2023, the Director General of the Liberia Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Moses Y. Kollie has officially tendered his resignation for his post.

According to Kollie, he resigned from his post to focus on the citizens of Lofa County’s call for him to represent them as Senator of their County as well as to ensure that President George Manneh Weah has been reelected.

Moses Y Kollie 2018 was appointed as Minister of Labour and later transferred to the Liberia Civil Aviation Authority. He was overwhelmingly elected as Representative in 2005 & 2011 representing the people of Electoral District number four (4); now District number five (5), Salayea & Zorzor Administrative Districts, Lofa County.

Kollie expressed profound gratitude to President George Manneh Weah for the opportunity to serve his Country and people as Minister of Labour and, later, Director General of the LCAA.

“I will always remember the fantastic times I had with all of the colleagues I worked with over the years, when we were all learning and sharing great leadership abilities for our Country, Liberia”, he added.

It can be recalled that President Weah mandated all appointed officials of the government aspiring to contest elective positions in the impending October 10, 2023, Presidential and Legislative Elections to resign on or before April 7, 2023.

The President’s order contained in Executive Order #117 issued Tuesday, March 14, 2023, is consistent with amended Sections 5.2 and 10.2 of the 2014 Code of Conduct enacted, approved and printed in handbills on December 29, 2022.

Moses Y Kollie is expected to contest on the ticket of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change against the incumbent Senator, Stephen Zargo of the Liberty Party.

It is not clear as to whether others have done the same or not but we await others to follow suit or be dismissed by the president as was stated in his Executive Order #117 issued Tuesday, March 14, 2023, which is consistent with amended Sections 5.2 and 10.2 of the 2014 Code of Conduct enacted law of the Republic of Liberia.5.2 and 10.2 of the 2014 Code of Conduct enacted law of the Republic of Liberia.

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Bedeskoe Nyumah Tumbay Is A professional Liberian Multimedia Journalist, a Full Member Of The Press Union Of Liberia (PUL), Who Reports On All Sectors Of Society. He Has Several Years Of Experience In Journalism, Media Relations, Communication Consultancy, Video And Audio Contents Gathering, Editing And Production Among Others.

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