The National Executive Council of the Federation of Liberian Youth or FLY, has suspended two of its officials Mr. Frank S. Suku, Deputy Secretary for program and Mr. James Koryor, County Coordinator for Montserrado County for time indefinite for alleged misbehavior and misrepresentation of the organization.
FLY Secretary General Flamah Howard, told a press conference on Monday at the Federation headquarters that the suspension came after two of its officials breached its constitution.
“We will like to inform the general public that based on the conduct of misbehavior and misrepresentation by two of our officers, the National Executive Council has with immediate effect suspended them for time indefinite”, Howard said.
He also pointed out that the organization is asking all of its partners, government and member organizations not to do any business with the two suspended officers in the name of FLY.
He also extended gratitude to President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, the Ministry of Youth and Sports, and other state actors that have helped in ensuring that the work of FLY and the well-being of young people across the country remain a key decisive factor in the development and governance process of the country.
“We will like to inform our membership and the general public about activities, leading to the up-coming general assembly which is expected to take place in the not too distant future,” the Secretary General narrated.
According to him, the National Executive Council of the Federation of Liberian Youth met in its constitutional regular meeting and constituted three major committees, including membership committee, Constitution Review Committee and the Independent Election Commission, among others to help facilitate the processes leading to the general assembly.
The FLY spokesman also noted that the membership committee has completed its work and submitted same to the National Secretary for subsequent review, inputs and onward submission to the National Executive Council for endorsement.
He stated in the National Executive Council of FLY on January 12 received and reviewed the recommendation of the National Secretary and consistent with the constitutional provisions of FLY vis-à-vis the authority of the National Executive Council as inscribed in Article 10, Section II of the Federation constitution and passed on the acceptance of 172 new member organizations into FLY.