Representative Samuel G. Kogar of Nimba County district #5 has cautioned newly elected officials of the Nimba County Citizens Council (NICCCO) in the United States of America to run the organization with transparency and accountability.
Rep. Kogar at the same time called for quality leadership among Nimbians in the US; believing “such fair leadership in the US will also reflect on Nimbians in Liberia.”
Serving as Keynote speaker at program marking the election of officials for UNICCCO recently in the US, Rep. Kogar said true leaders must be transparent and committed to exhibiting good leadership ability.
Kogar also cautioned the newly inducted UNICCCO leadership to be accountable to people that elected it.
He revealed that the Council will be engaged in the provision of quality education through fund raising, health, youth empowerment among others to support to their county.
Commenting further, the Nimba lawmaker disclosed that there are great developmental opportunities in the education and health for prospective investors from the US.
The lawmaker indicated that with unity among Nimbians, especially in the USA, development in Nimba is a sure matter.
While in the USA, Rep. Kogar said he held talks with the administrators of the Duke Hospital in Atlanta Georgia. The meeting was intended to seek assistance for the Tapetta hospitals in Nimba. According to him, Duke Hospital has expressed interest of coming to Liberia to render assistance in the health sector in Nimba County.