The Executive Committee of Bonguama United Association comprising of Foya citizens based in Monrovia has unanimously suspended its President for time indefinite.
The organization formed to unite, develop and harness the human resource capacity in the country has unanimously suspended its President James Nyumah and replaced him with the Vice President of the organization.
Speaking to this paper over the weekend, the Secretary of the group Anthony Lendor said the former President has failed massively and has organized election without the knowledge of the other officials of the organization.
The former president has been accused of gross misconduct to the government officials in the Lofa County especially in Foya District.
He said the former President`s action contradicts the aims and objectives of the organization.
“Bonguama Association was founded in 1991 after the civil crisis in Liberia to formulate plans to build and enhance human capacity and infrastructure development in the country,” the Secretary said.
According to him, the Executive Committee, having thoroughly observed the unbecoming actions of its former President James Nyumah it has no other choice, but to expel him from the association and appointed Nyumah Karley as President while Fayia Momoh, a former Lofa University Students Association’s President has been nominated to serve as Vice President pending election for the next term.
The Executive Committee has written the leadership and its many supporters in and out of the country not to do any business with James Nyumah who no longer serves as president of the association.
“This is the only locally-based organization to single handedly encouraged five trained college graduates to go to Foya District to teach in the classroom for two years. They are being paid by its sponsor Minister Brownie J. Samukai who currently has more than seven persons on scholarship in various universities across the country.
“We were not represented at the funeral of one of our members who passed off because the former leadership failed to conduct meetings to inform the members of the association about unfolding events, an act they believed is due to bad governance.