8 January 2013

Liberia: SEGAL Honored 'Best Security Guard Service 2012'

SEGAL has been voted as Best Security Guard Service of the year 2012, ranking 1st amongst hundreds of security services during the period of 2012 which has claimed the attention of the Liberian populace. During the honoring program, the Chief of Public Affairs of Progressive Alliance Movement of Liberia, Ignatius Roberts, prayed God's blessings amongst the officials and gallant men of the security force of SEGAL.

Also making remarks the Administrator of the SEGAL, Naktu Sithole thanked the officials and members of Progressive Alliance Movement of Liberia for considering honoring them for providing good services to the Liberian people and non Liberians as a whole, while Nathaniel T. Llyourd, who is the National Coordinator of Progressive Alliance Movement of Liberia, thanked SEGAL in response.

Making the presentation, the National Chairman of the Progressive Alliance Movement of Liberia K. Mamadee Keita said his Organization deemed it necessary to honor SEGAL for their wider services rendered the Liberian people especially to places where there are limited security services were provided.

PAML's National Chairman Keita said, honor should be bestowed upon people that deserve honors, because as he said; Liberia deserves people or groups that are developmental oriented.

Receiving the Certificate, the Acting General Manager of SEGAL Federick Duwor said he was proud to be a part of so many honors being bestowed upon the family of SEGAL due to the good job efficiently executed by them.

Also responding, the Board Chairman of SEGAL who has been very instrumental in seeing the vision of SEGAL come to pass, Mr. Lomil Killen thanked the family of PAML for thinking about them.

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