Liberia/December 4, 2018/Amanda Williams/171 views /Liberia “We’ll Speak Out “share on:FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel…Cllr. Gongloe Vows BY: James K. Kadi, Jr.The newly elected President of Liberia National Bar Association (LNBA) has vowed to speak out on critical issues about the association and the country in general. Speaking to journalists in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County, immediately following his election over the weekend, Cllr. Tiawon Gongloe said the LNBA has been silent for too long, something his administration will change. ALSO READ Aspirant Warns Against Petit PoliticsCllr. Gongloe said the Bar under his leadership will speak out as it relates to respect of the rule of law in Liberia. He said with the support of LNBA membership, his administration will make the difference in the association. Cllr. Gongloe thanked the Peagar’s leadership for the hard work over the years. He said his leadership will continue to improve on what the immediate past leadership started. ALSO READ Liberia: President Weah Declares ‘Tuition Free’ At All Public UniversitiesCllr. Gongloe obtained 221 votes to defeat Cllr. Bimi Lansanah and Cllr. Alhaji Swaliho A. Sesay. During the election, Cllr. Sylvester Rennie was elected Vice President, while Atty. Bobby Livingstone was elected Secretary General. The new LNBA leadership is expected to steer the affairs of the association for the next three years. ALSO READ WaterAid, PCC Signed MOUAt the same time, Deputy Labor Minister Atty. Phil Tarpeh Dixon expressed delights for the peaceful manner in which the Bar elections were conducted. He assured that the government of Dr. George Weah will work with the leadership of the Bar in adherence to the rule of law. Post Views: 87 <hr/> Leave A Comment Below Related Tags:Liberia share on: FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel previous articleLIBNEP+ Wants HIV Treatment Availabilitynext articleTarpeh Recommits LiberiaRelated Posts10 shares Liberia/December 4, 2018 Tarpeh Recommits Liberia3 shares Liberia/December 4, 2018 LIBNEP+ Wants HIV Treatment AvailabilityMajor Health Confab BeginsRights Group Urges Gov’tLiberia: NPP Members Divided over ‘Plot’ to Remove VP Jewel Howard-TaylorLiberia: Caldwell Residents Protest for Electricity; Threaten Bigger ProtestUniversity of Liberia 99th Commencement Speaker Challenges Graduates to Build a Better LiberiaLiberia Traditional Leaders Agree to Halt Poro and Sande Societies During Academic YearJa’neh Gets ‘Bloody’ NoseVP Taylor’s Expulsion Stage-Managed?