27 November 2012

Liberia: 'Avoid Sex for Promotion'

The President of the Liberia Female Law Enforcement Association and Deputy Director for Administration of the Drugs Enforcement Agency Asatu Bah-Kenneth has called on female enforcers to avoid sex for promotion at their respective places of work.

Mrs. Bah-Kenneth admonished the women to reflect on their individual lives and do away with complacency and strive for success in their endeavors.

She reminded the female law enforcement officers that the road to success is not easy, but requires determination and commitment. "Once you have reached the point of success, you begin to enjoy the fruit of your labor", she fellow female officers.

Madam Bah Kanneh, a former Assistant Minister at the Ministry of Justice and Deputy Police Director for Administration wants female law enforcement officers to serve as good role models in society.

She disclosed that she became marketable as a result of her commitment, hard work, and dedication while serving in the LNP.

She spoke when she addressed a one-day retreat on the electioneering process of the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization Women Association.

The Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization Women Association (BINWA) had a one day retreat in which an election for new crops of officials was held on November 24, 2012 in Paynesville outside Monrovia.

Meanwhile, BIN Commissioner Cllr. Abla Williams encouraged female officers to be professional because according to her, professionalism in security makes one a trained officer.

She urged women to be patient because the road leading to the ladders requires hard work, love, and commitment.

The president elect of the BIN women Association Col. Catherine Solomon reassured her commitment to move the organization forward with the welfare of the female officers been her paramount concern.

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