Special Awards In Pictures

Newly appointed ambassador of Liberia to Sierra Leone, Madam Musu Ruhle recently paid a courtesy visit on the Liberian Students Association Ghana (LISA-GH) in Buduburam.

The visit aimed to acquaint herself with activities and wellbeing of the students and to take a pictorial view of their mini-library. Accompanied by staffers of the Embassy, the occasion was graced by United Liberians Association of Ghana (ULAG), All Liberians Community of Ghana (ALICO), the Elders Council, the Muslim Council, and the chairperson of the Education Department of Camp Buduburam.
In remarks, outgoing LISA-GH President, D. Christopher Flomo thanked Madam Ruhle “for the true sense of humility, collaboration, and dedication shown to the Liberian Mission in Ghana.”
He told the Ambassador that amid numerous challenges facing the association, he and his executives worked assiduously to create an enabling environment that fosters students’ participation from a holistic dimension.
Heaping praises on his tenure, Flomo said he has served well with the best of intentions for God and for his noble association (LISA-GH), noting “What I want to be remembered is placed in the hands of history.”
He emphasized the individual dimension of the national pledge which for him calls for a stronger sense of patriotism and commitment to national development.
The Liberia Head of Mission was traditionally honored by the student body through a brief gowning ceremony during which she was dressed in blue and white attire and a beautifully designed cake was cut to appreciate her selfless service for Liberia.
Later Amb. Ruhle thanked the students for her unexpected farewell celebration. She told the gathering that her career as a diplomat begun in 1998 in Ghana and got involved with LISA-GH in 2013.
“Since then, I have enjoyed every moment working with the student community,” she said, and encouraged female students to dream high and to dream big because any of them could be the next Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia.
Also, students were encouraged to return home upon the completion of their study and not to remain in Ghana. According to Madam Ruhle, Liberia needs human resource more than Ghana. Thus, after the election people should unwaveringly return home with their acquired skills for Liberia’s development.
In relation to leadership issues, she called on those in authority of LISA-GH to rethink about the one-year tenure for leaders because one year was not sufficient for a leader to effect necessary changes. Therefore, she recommended the review of the association’s by-laws, constitution, and policies to give possibility to at least two-year tenure for leaders.
The Liberian diplomat presented a token on behalf of the embassy for the association’s mini-library project. She further expressed openness to receiving student at any time and reaffirmed her being touched by the student community (LISA-GH) humble gesture in honoring her.

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