FDA Family Lights Christmas tree – Deputy Managing Director Calls For Renewed Vigor

The Deputy Managing Director for Administration of the Forestry Development Authority (FDA) Kerderick F. Johnson has reiterated calls on FDA employees in and around the country to renew their work habit with patriotic spirit as they enter the New Year in order to foster growth and development of the entity.

Mr. Johnson made the remark among other things, when he officially lighted the Christmas tree on the grounds of the FDA compound in Whein Town Monrovia today December 22, 2016. He told the employees to hold firmly together in the spirit of love because according to him, love is the greatest weapon for national growth and development.


Deputy Managing Director for Administration Calls For Renewed Vigor

Mr. Johnson hoped the light of FDA, the joy and happiness of its employees, as well as its aspiration for achievement in the coming year will be generated by God Almighty. He cautioned the employees to remain encouraged as they persevere to make the future of the entity better with their skills in the greater national interest especially so at a time when FDA was making a marked collaboration with the rest of the world in boosting the nation’s forestry program ahead.

More importantly he used the occasion to wish the Chairman and Board of Directors of FDA cheerful Christmas and happy New Year seasons while also wishing the government and people of Liberia a truly God guided New year.


  1. Amos D.Williams, student of the university of liberia, reading forestry. says

    Pls, when u are putting information, on ur website page, pls let it be cleared, like for example I was searching for the new wildlife law and conservation in forestry in liberia i can not fine any information or research.

  2. Rex Henry says

    Thanks Amos for the positive comment. Can you pls check now and see if what you were looking for is still not clear. Also, may I suggest clientearth.org. This website compliment FDA Website of all existing forest and Conservation law.

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