TRandall Street, Monrovia – Delegates at the 64th General Assembly (Congress) of the Liberia Athletics Federation (LAF) have unanimously passed US$41,386.66 for 2023 Budget.
The Budget Cycle of the LAF runs from December to November of each year.
The annual assembly which brought to the fore stakeholders of athletics was held Saturday, November 19 in the headquarters of the Liberia National Olympic Committee (LNOC) on Randall Street, Monrovia.
The approved 2023 Budget of the LAF covers support to kids athletics, national athletics and high school championships, travels’ perdiem, tickets visas, support to national athletes camp in Liberia and the USA, medical hardwares, supplies and anti doping amongst others.
Also, duing the one-day’s congess, delegates participated in the deliberations for the promotion and development of athletics and adopted the 2021 Congress Minutes, the 2022 Activities Report and the 2023 Calendar of Events.
The delegates further adopted the 2022 Financial Report of which US$15, 383.00 was expended and US$62.00 brought forward.
Saturday’s general assembly contained a special message from LAF president Mulbah Zaza, where he congratulated the athletes, clubs, coaches and executive committee.
“Let me make this clear to all congress delegates , that the Liberia Athletics Federation has not recieve a dime from the Liberia Marathon Trust (LMT) for any reason. We worked with the LMT for the successful hosting of the 2022 Marathon, and they promised to sponsor Liberian athletes to other marathons outside the country,” Mr. Zaza said.
He added: “We look forward to hearing from them.”
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