Coleman Seeks To Transform NBC

-Appears For Confirmation Hearing
By Anthony Selmah
Director General-designate of the National Bureau of Concession (NBC), former Police Chief, Gregory Coleman has promised to execute massive transformation at the Bureau when confirmed.
Coleman said over the years, the entity had operated like a “toothless bulldog” but declared that under his administration, he would make the NBC vibrant. Appearing Friday, February 16, 2018 for confirmation at the Liberian Senate, Coleman proclaimed that his administration would create the enabling environment in the sector for more job opportunities for Liberians.
Beaming with dynamism, the NBC Director designate emphasized his readiness to restore what he referred to as the “lost dignity” of the Institution following his confirmation.
When confirmed, Coleman promised to work with members of the Senate Committee on concession as well as other legislative teams that have oversight on the NBC to achieve maximum productivity to will promote government’s pro-poor agenda.
He noted that transformation of the NBC requires the collective effort of all well-meaning Liberians, adding that without collaboration with other relevant oversight groups, it would be very impossible for any transformation to be achieved.
Meanwhile, the NBC Director General in waiting lauded President George MannehWeah for his nominating to the post and pledged his fullest support to the Weah-led administration.
Coleman promised to be very professional in the discharge of duty, adding that as head of the NBC, he would work tirelessly to promote government’s policies.
Coleman noted that Pres. Weah’spro-poor policy was and means well for all Liberians when executed fully.

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