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Raji Eulogizes Henry Flomo, Flagging Footballing Contributions

The Liberia Football Association (LFA) President Mustapha Raji over the weekend eulogized Henry Boyd Flomo remembering the contributions he made to the game while serving different capacities at the local football house.
Henry Flomo a former executive committee member and media manager and the LFA were pronounced dead on February 26 of this year in Nimba County.
Raji explained that Flomo was a key member of his team at the football association after joining in September 2018 and became a key decision maker in the processes that led to this building of the headquarters among others.
According to Raji, Flomo was part of the drive to develop football using his different skills and society will miss how distinguished he was as a journalist.
The LFA president made the remarks last Friday when the signed the Book of Condolence for Flomo at its headquarters in the Swankamore community.
He said, “On behalf of the LFA, I extend my condolence to the bereaved family and ask that you take solace in the Lord. May God grant him eternal rest, amen.”
For his part, Vice President Sekou Konneh, who is out of Liberia, recalled some of his interactions with Flomo.
He said the ceremony of signing a book of condolence gives all of everyone the opportunity for a deep reflection on the life and work of Henry B. Flomo.
“For me, Henry was of contrasting character. He was slow but very firm in all his dealings. My last interaction with Flomo was at the Chinese shopping mall in Paynesville And of course, the first question I always asked him when we meet was how is the little woman (Henrica), his beautiful daughter, who was always tight marking him. This time he decided to share with me a recent story about her,” he reflected.
Other officials and sport stakeholders who signed the book, were LFA third Vice President Jodie Marian Reid-Seton, executive committee members Ivan Brown and Kelvin Bayoh; technical director Doco Wesseh, Deputy Sports Minister Andy Quamie, former youth and sports minister Zoegar Wilson former Vice President Musa Shannon, Stages Queens President Chris Geeplay Weah, Senior Female Professionals President Emmett Stages Glassco and employees.
Flomo served as media manager from March 2010 to December 2015 and executive committee member from April 2018 to April 2022.
As a distinguished journalist, he served as assistant secretary-general of the Press Union of Liberia and president of the Sports Writers Association of Liberia.
Flomo was serving as communications director of the National Elections Commission until his sudden death in Ganta, Nimba County on February 25 while attending a 10-day intensive training in Building Resources in Democracy, Governance and Elections (BRIDGE).

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