The Inquirer is a leading independent daily newspaper published in Liberia, based in Monrovia. It is privately owned with a "good reputation".

Raji Calls For Unity To Grow Liberian Football
…As LFA Present Awards

Liberia Football Association (LFA’s) President, Moustapha Raji, has called for a unified collaboration for the growth of the soccer community in the country. He said football stakeholders need to build working relationship with the game in order to have it reaching out to the public and fans in the best way to give result to entertainment.
Raji said the football is a game of togetherness and it requires the involvement of everyone so that development can come to the sector cutting across the country. He made these comments last Saturday when the football association held the third edition of its annual awards at the Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Ministerial Complex in Congo Town.
The FA presented awards to football fans, players and clubs in 23 different categories both in cash prizes and two vehicles to the most valuable player in the first division and the upper women league.
Sidiki Kromah and Bounti Sylla topped the MVP award according to the committee with the highest votes out of six nominees that participated in the process. While DC Shooters female club and Nimba United won the fair-play award with the valued at L$ 300, 000 each.
Other individuals awarded were Moses Vincent of The News Newspaper who won two media awards namely the Print Journalist and Social Media Journalist awards respectively while Thomas Kojo Roulhac of Freedom FM won the electronic Journalist of the LFA award.
Theodore Gould, Magrette Steward and Kemoh Kamara emerged as the best defenders in all categories. Fans Peaches Johnson and Walter Samuel Johnson were awarded fan of the year as each of them walked away with L$100,000.
The top-goal scorers in the women upper league, Bounti Sylla, and Second Division, Abraham Kamara, took the awards with L$300, 000 each and the first division top scorer, Prince Zarwoh took L$400, 000

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.