LFA Elections: Incumbent President Set to Retain Seat Unopposed
Monrovia- Liberia Football Association (LFA) president Mustapha Raji is set to return unopposed for a second four-year term.
This comes after the LFA Election Committee announced on Tuesday, March 22, 2022, that no other candidates filed nominations to challenge the incumbent of the Liberia Football Association (LFA) to lead the sport in the country.
Having taken charge of the local football house four years ago, Raji is seeking to continue with his policy of reviving football in the West African nation.
The election is scheduled to take place during the LFA 26 Ordinary Congress on April 18, 2022.
competition is always welcome as it shows there are people out there who want to volunteer and contribute an immense amount of time towards Liberian football.
We are not shouting for joy just because there is no contest because our team is formed to be servants to Liberian football. We know we have to work extremely hard to move our football forward.
Continuity is relevant and an advantage for any leadership, as we have been working well as a team, but we will also welcome progressive ideas from others for the good of our football.LFA boss told Freedom News
Also, the LFA electoral body has indicated that the incumbent for the Executive Committee post on Women’s Football, Jodie Reid Seton, is the only candidate contesting for the said top seat.
Freedom FM has also been informed that the incumbent of the Vice President for Administration post, Professor Sekou Konneh has a challenger, while Wilmot Smith who is the current Vice President for Operations has two challengers against him.
Meanwhile, the report gathered has indicated that there are several football stakeholders including current Executive Committee Members who are opting for seats in the upcoming 26 LFA Ordinary Congress.