On The Closure Of Western Cluster Mining, U.S. Based Bomi Citizens Excited Write President Boakai

Following the closure of the Western Cluster Mining Company in western Liberia, specifically in Bomi County by the Liberian leader, President Joseph Nyuma Boakai for the company’s failure to carry out the interest of the people of the county, Members of National Bomi County Association in the Americas (NBCAA) have overwhelmingly applauded the Liberian leader for the step taken to shut down the company.

In their communication to H.E. President Joseph Boakai, members of NBCAA said, “NBCAA is applauding your emphatic statement about shutting down Western Cluster Mining Company activities for violation of the terms of their concession agreement with the Government of Liberia. This step aligns with our expectations and reflects a positive stride towards ensuring accountability, public and environmental safety, and fairness in resource management”, the communication below:

His Excellency, Joseph N. Boakai,

President of Liberia

Executive Mansion

Capitol Hill, Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa

Dear President Boakai,

Warm greetings to you and the citizens of Liberia, from the leadership and members of the National Bomi County Association in the Americas (NBCAA). As a 501(C)(3) nonprofit umbrella organization representing Bomi County’s diaspora community, NBCAA’s mission encompasses advocating for the holistic well-being of Bomi citizens, globally.

NBCAA is applauding your emphatic statement about shutting down Western Cluster Mining Company activities for violation of the terms of their concession agreement with the Government of Liberia. This step aligns with our expectations and reflects a positive stride towards ensuring accountability, public and environmental safety, and fairness in resource management.

In furtherance of your commitment to ethical governance and sustainable development, NBCAA urges the Government of Liberia to suspend and investigate the Iron Ore Tailing Mining Agreement entered into between some legislators and leaders of Bomi County; and Kongo Mining Liberia (KML). According to our analysis, the Agreement has serious flaws that prevent it from adequately safeguarding the interests of Bomi County and its inhabitants.

Enclosed, please find a copy of the Kongo Mining Liberia (KML) Agreement along with NBCAA’s detailed position statement outlining our concerns on the Western Cluster MOU.

Rest assured, NBCAA stands ready to collaborate fully with your administration in advancing the development agenda for Bomi County and Liberia as a whole.

May God guide our endeavors, leading to prosperity for our nation.

A communication sent to the Liberian leader, signed by L Vannie B Mamey, NBCAA/BOMI-USA Secretary General, and approved by Musa V. Willie, President – NBCAA/BOMI-USA noted.

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