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The Director-General for the General Services Agency or GSA Ms. Mary T. Broh has been honored as the most dedicated public servant in the country.


The honor was bestowed on the GSA boss by the Civil Society Network of Liberia. The Executive Director of the group Sensee Kaidi says the decision to honor Ms. Broh is based on the level of sacrifice, dedication and passion she has exhibited over the years especially, for the growth and development of the country.

He says it is important to appreciate the good work of the GSA Director General, adding, “We’ve been following the track record of Ms. Broh over the past years counting from the Monrovia City Hall, going the Passport Division before ascending to the GSA; we think her legacy at these institutions worth honoring.”

According to him, every Liberian across the country is pleased with the level of work done by Ms. Broh, adding that she is one of a kind that Liberia has, and if only there were two or three Liberians with such public service record, Liberia wouldn’t have been to where it is today.

“All we have come to say is that we have followed your footsteps, never relent in doing what you think is good, and beneficial to the Liberian people”, he expresses to the honoree.

Presenting the award to a proxy of Ms. Mary T. Broh, the National Chairman for the Societal Reform Initiative for Peace Building Network of Liberia Amos Kanneh says his organization was established in 2010 by law, and has since been advocating on national issues.

“We normally follow the activities and track records of government officials and come up with recommendation for honoring them as dedicated public servants, it is against this today Ms. Broh has won herself this award.”

Receiving the award on behalf of the GSA Director General, the Superintendent of River Gee County, and former Director for Real Estate and Public Property at the GSA, Philip Q. Nyenuh expresses delight for the recognition, promising to deliver it to his former boss.

Mr. Nyenuh describes the recognition of Ms. Broh as timely, noting that she never had the thought that people especially, young people are watching her activities.

“For and on behalf of my former boss and all the staff of GSA we want to express our heartfelt gratitude for recognizing the efforts made over the years”, he concludes.

– Editing by Jonathan Browne

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