The Liberia National Bar Association (LNBA) recently appointed a special committee on media relations to “in consultation with the Executive Council plan and implement appropriate media programs to educate members of the BAR and legal community about activities of the Bar.”
Former Deputy information Minister, Counselor Jeddi M. Armah, was named Chairman of the five-member special committee of media professionals who studied law and qualified as lawyers. The special committee members are Attorney Khalifa Sheriff as Co-Chair, Attorney Cletus Sieh, Counselor Adolphus Karnuah and Attorney Joseph Cheeseman.
Cllr. Armah, in a New Democrat interview, said the BAR was witnessing a Renaissance with the recent election of progressive leaders.
He extolled Cllr. Tiawan S. Gongloe for his vision in espousing innovative ways to make the BAR central to the preservation of the rule of law in Liberia while thanking him and his team for the preferment of the members of the special media committee.
Cllr. Armah also said “I would be remiss if I did not seize this occasion to recognize the able leadership of the immediate past BAR President Cllr. G. Moses Paegar, who initiated the LNBA headquarters project that aims to further dignify the association.”