24 September 2012

Liberia: Financial Report Stuck At LBA

Report reaching our sports Desk says the chairman for the organizing committee for the just-ended FIBA Afrique Zone III club qualifiers hosted by the Liberia Basketball Association, Abraham Samukai is seriously demanding all financial reports from the leadership of the local basketball house to enable the association present a conclusive report to the public.
According to report, Mr. Samukai accused the president of the Liberia Basketball Association T. Rufus Anderson and his Secretary General Allan Goodrige of allegedly collecting 150 SIM cards and cash from Cellcom GSM Company for the hosting of the league.
A well-placed source at the basketball house stated that Liberia Coca Cola Bottling Company (LCCBC) formerly USTC, National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL) amongst many institutions donated to the LBA to reinforce the institution's strength to host the prestigious club tournament on the West African Bloc.
The report says series of meetings have been held with the LFA boss and his SG to give full report of donors' contributions, but all the meetings ended in dispute with the chairman of the organizing committee taking his exit from the meetings, but promised to get all documents from the association at all cost.
The source also hinted this paper that Mr. Anderson's administration failed to give match officials allotment prompting them to leave with high degree of heavy hearts thereby placing them in a squeeze that forced them to travel by road.
All efforts to get Mr. Abraham Samukai was fruitless, but it war learned that Mr. Anderson denied the report stating that his administration did not collect a cent from an institution and also stressed that match officials were paid in full. "We did not go behind the committee to collect anything, we're still awaiting their report," he maintained, "any information given from elsewhere is false, we dealt with the match officials" he concluded.

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