Bility Sacks 15 Staff from LFA, 6 More To Go
LFA Boss Musa Bility
Written by By Leroy M. Sonpon, III
Fifteen staffers of the Musa Bility’s Liberia Football
Association (LFA) were on Tuesday, January 31, 2012
dismissed from the employ of the Liberia Football
The affected employees include 10 staffers from the
Secretariat, who were assigned at the LFA headquarters,
located on Benson Street and five security personnel,
assigned at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS) on UN Drive.
All of the five dismissed security personnel worked for the
LFA for more than 11 years, while the remaining sacked
employees were at the employ of the LFA, between two to
According to the letter, the staffers were redundant to get
rid of over crowdedness on the pay-roll at the LFA.
When contacted one of the affected employees, Francis Wah,
former driver of the LFA secretariat, confirmed report of
Mr. Wah said: “As of the 31st of January, 2012 we were no
longer employees of the LFA, according to our letter of
dismissal….interestingly, the letter never state when our
back-pay and civil servants pay we have worked over the
years will be given us…so we have agreed to go the Labor
Ministry for redress.”
It can be recalled, at the Musa Bility’s Renaissance
Communication Incorporated (RCI), 14 staffers were recently
sacked for “administrative reasons.”
Reports also gathered that the LFA boss had refused to
let-go the second badge of employees owing to “personal
The expected affected employees are Prince Forfor and Roland
Deshield, Musa Bility’s Chief of Office Staff and Office
Attendant as well as Aletha Massaquoi, Account Clerk.
Others are Yudu Miller, Special Assistant to Vice President
for Administration Musa Shannon; Anthony Gbor, Special
Assistant to Vice President for Operation Adolph Lawrence
and a female receptionist.
“We were not born to work for the LFA, so we can not force
ourselves to work for the LFA, all we want is our back pay
and civil servants benefits…or else there will be a
resistant,” the sack employees said.
When contacted the LFA Secretary General, Yanqueh Borsay, on
both his Lonestar and Cellcom numbers (512523), they were
continuously switch-off up to press time yesterday.