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Western Cluster Liberia Recognizes Several Women In Bomi 

The management of the Western cluster during the weekend certificated scores of women in Bomi County as part of efforts to recognize their many contributions to the county.

The certification ceremony which was a part of this year’s International Women’s Day celebration globally was held on Saturday, March 9, conglomerated scores of citizens, including local authorities, and was held under the theme “Empower her Empower all”.

Speaking at the gathering, the Chief Executive Officer of Western Cluster Limited, Joseph Coehole, noted that the certification is in recognition of women’s many contributions to county’s the growth and development.

He further revealed that given their strong stance in advocating for social justice in society, the company sought the need to acknowledge the countless sacrifices made.

Coehole indicated that the honorees were drawn from various sectors and were selected based on their impacts on the county.

The Chief Executive Officer of Western Cluster Liberia further pledged his institution’s continued support to female empowerment in the Western Region.

Presenting the certificates to the honorees, Bomi County Electoral District One Representative Obadiah Varney and Deputy Internal Affairs Minister-designate for Administration Samuel Foday Brown, cautioned the women to work harder if they must be successful and break the barrier of marginalization in society.

Varney and Brown then named former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, former Vice President Jewel-Howard Taylor, and Nobel Peace Laureate Leymah Gbowee, as women who worked and paved the way for the voices of women to be heard and as such, the honorees must do same if they are to be heroines in society.

Receiving the certificates with an unending smile, the honorees in celebration remarks, commended the management of Western Clusters Liberia, for the recognition, while terming it unprecedented.

They further commended the company for creating job opportunities for females.

They however want the company to not only focus on creating job opportunities for women but also build technical vocational institutions that will enable females to become independent in the region.

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