After one hundred days of incumbency into the Federation’s Leadership, the new FELMAUSA administration is now poised to move quickly to tackle relevant policy issues, ear marked projects as well as perpetuation of the implementation of preexisting key projects of the Federation, .
“Our first hundred days in office were spent to get a clear sense of direction of where we are headed with the people’s business”, says Honorable Abraham S. Bility, FELMAUSA Vice President for Operation. He said the administration used this period for strategic planning, for tackling issues that would enable the leadership to recalibrate dysfunctional policy decisions, for the purpose of sustaining substantive strategic administrative objective.
The FELMAUSA second in command on operation matters, told office of the Secretariat that he had consulted with Membership Committee Chairman Farok Konneh, whose committee has a major role, and other Standing Committee members, to join with him, as he plans to kick off the various project implementations of the Fed. The FELMAUSA strongman indicated he has already scheduled a nationwide meeting with Chapter Leaders of the Federation in such regard. Mr. Bility said he spent the past weeks consulting with Chapter heads on the phone in an effort to explain the need for an urgent meeting for administrative redress of the status quo. The meeting which is scheduled for Sunday Jan 12th of this year will address several issues concerning the Administration preparedness to adequately embark upon and accomplish specific earmarked projects.
The FELMAUSA VPO and Membership Committee Chairman are, on Sunday, expected to present to FELMAUSA Chapter Leaders and administration officials key signature projects that need to be immediately undertaken and executed. This year’s operational points of focus are; building Community Center in Liberia, putting plan in place for the next FELMAUSA Medical Mission, membership ID card project
“With this leadership, expectations are high, the VPO said, and we have exceeded our one hundred days in office, which means that time was running out and therefore, the time was now that we acted administratively and decisively proactive, while time is in our favor, in order to avoid the painful inheritance of critical political questions from concerned FELMAUSANs with regards to the Administration’s core project implementation.
The scheduled January 12 meeting will cover a host of important issues, the accomplishment of which is expected to politically boost the morale of the Bangalee Trawally’s Administration. His Excellency Trawally and other high profile officials of his administration are expected to be in that meeting to underscore its significance. Vice President for Operation urged and pleaded with Chapter Leaders to do everything possible to attend this very important assembly.