The National Lottery Authority’s (NLA) new Director General, Reginald Kpan Nagbe, has assured the Board of Directors, employees and partners of the massive reform strategy at the Authority.
Speaking when the board inducted him into office following his recent appointment by President George Manneh Weah and confirmation by the Liberian Senate, the NLA new DG said that while he will endeavor to improve the gaming sector, employee welfare will also top his agenda.
He used the occasion to further disclose his plan to construct a state-of-the-art headquarters for the National Lottery Authority and digitize the entire lottery system in Liberia.
Also speaking was NLA’s Board Chairman, T. Titus Charley, who urged the authority’s new boss to be robust in enforcing the act that created the NLA and approved gaming regulations 001 and 002.
He at the same time called on employees to give their full support to Reginald Nagbe, in order to drive the core values and aspirations of the National Lottery Authority.