Rep. Munah Pelham-Youngblood Encourages Young People to perform well

img_1004Many a time, people recognize leaders for their hard work and some of those leaders recognized cannot reciprocate the honesty of truthfulness for their heedful thoughts of those people who have recognized them for their exemplary leadership role. On the contrary, Honorable Munah E. Pelham-Youngblood of electoral district 9, Montserrado County has gratefully recognized and received the Intellectual leadership award—2016 from the Nigerian Student Association schooling in Liberia for her extra-ordinary performance as lawmaker.

In a special response to the Student at the Corina Hotel in Sinkor, the CDC lawmaker encourages members of her generation, that whenever they are given a piece of job to do they should do it to the best as it was astonishing for her to note that foreign students was following her work as a lawmaker. “It’s unimaginable for me to know that foreign students who one way of the others are not following our national politics/governance will do this”. Rep Youngblood added as she appreciates the student. The youthful lawmaker dedicated the award to the people of district nine for their constant cooperation with her.

Speaking on behalf of the Student was Pastor Daniel Egede, president of the Student who was accompanied by Jimmy Ayotunde James, VP, Daniel A Adedeji, former president, Alexander C. Osita, Financial Sec, Precious G. Olukaya, PRO, Miriam M. Jabwa—Secretary General, Bliss B.O. Stephen and Titus A. Alagba all of different Universities in Liberia. “There are people when you recognize them, they will not appreciate the recognition—but honorable Youngblood, indeed is of an affable character”. Pastor Egede concluded.

It can be recalled that staffers from the office Hon Youngblood headed by Mr. Morris Ballah in the absent of the Honorable unofficially received the award in the conference room of the Liberia National Students Union (LINSU).

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