Tuesday, June 4, 2024 – Monrovia, Liberia – The Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission/LACC hosted a heartfelt farewell program in honor of Mr. Moses Varfee Kowo, former Executive Director who has dedicated a remarkable 10 years to the Commission with integrity and unwavering commitment.

The event, attended by colleagues, family, and esteemed guests, was a celebration of Moses’s decade-long tenure and the significant contributions made under his leadership. The program featured a series of tributes, reflections, and expressions of gratitude for the profound impact Moses has had on the commission and the broader community.

Throughout his tenure at the LACC, from being a Community Relations Officer to rising as the Executive Director, Moses has been a formidable advocate for transparency and accountability, driving numerous successful initiatives that have strengthened the fight against corruption. His visionary leadership and dedication have set a high standard, leaving an indelible mark on the Commission and the cause it serves.

Colleagues praised Mr. Kowo for his exceptional leadership, describing him as not only a guiding force but also a friend and mentor. “His unwavering dedication and profound wisdom have been a source of inspiration for all of us,” remarked the Executive Chairperson, Cllr. Alexandra Kormah Zoe captured the sentiment shared by many in attendance.

The farewell program included heartfelt speeches, a presentation highlighting key achievements during Mr. Kowo’s tenure, and a commemorative plaque presented in recognition of his outstanding service. The event concluded with a pictorial reception, allowing attendees to express their gratitude and best wishes personally.

As Mr. Moses Varfee Kowo embarks on the next chapter of his journey, the LACC remains committed to upholding the values and standards he championed. His legacy will continue to inspire and guide the commission’s efforts in promoting integrity and combating corruption.

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