NEW YORK: Solomane Sirleaf, Named New President Of LIMANY

The Liberian Mandingo Association of New York (LIMANY) is please to introduce Mr. Solomane Kromah Sirleaf, as its new President.

Mr. Sirleaf works at the New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (NYC DOITT) as a Data Engineer. In May 2017, he obtained his undergraduate degree in Computer Information Systems from CUNY’s Bernard M. Baruch College. He is currently a graduate student in Urban Science and Informatics at the New York University’s School of Engineering. Mr. Sirleaf is married a father of four. He is also member of Alexander Robertson School Board of Trustees for the 2021-2022

President Sirleaf said that he is honored and inspired to lead LIMANY, the oldest diaspora Liberian Mandingo Association in the United States of America. He remembers LIMANY as a household name among Liberians in the refugee camps in West Africa during the Liberian civil war. “With the help of the LIMANY’s Board of Directors, I shall work hard to continue this special landmark Mandingo legacy for all Liberians.” He said.

LIMANY’s Board Chairman Mohammed Bility, Outgoing President Abraham Turay and the entire Board membership are excited to have this intelligent young man to lead LIMANY. “During the interview and discussion with President Sirleaf, we learned about some of the innovative ideas that the new President will use to continue LIMANY legacy.” To observe this young man so excited and anxious to start immediately, make us happy.

President Solomane Sirleaf has started to form a working team who will be responsible for the day to day activities of LIMANY-The Liberian Mandingo Association of New York.

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