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Snowe Lauds Raji’s Leadership At LFA

Bomi County Senator Edwin Snowe has described as very impressive the new headquarters of the Liberia Football Association (LFA) under the administration of Mustapha Raji.
According to him, the LFA new headquarters now speaks volume of massive infrastructure boost within the sporting sector mainly at the level of football in the country.
The former president of the LFA hailed its current president, Raji, emphasizing that the FA leadership is adequately representing the interest of football and its development across the country.
He told reporters that the LFA is now doing well with infrastructure development within the sector and it is now time to focus on the field of play.
“I was away for the dedication in Bomi County at another program but I will ask the LFA’s president, Raji for a tour during the course of the week” he added.
He also emphasized that it is now time to get results from the national team by putting more money into the sporting environment including capacity building among others.
It can be recalled that it was during the former LFA president’s administration that the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in central Monrovia experienced an artificial turf after many years of being bald.
Since the dedication of the LFA’s new headquarters in the Swankarmore Community in district 10, Montserrado County, there has been dozens of praises showered on Raji and his administration for a job well done after 87 years of existence.

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