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The Managing Director of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company, T. Nelson Williams, II has challenged young people in leadership to be visionary, exemplary and performance driven, if they are to be the future leaders of Liberia.
Mr.  Williams made the remarks at a farewell pep talk on June 4, 2014 in the LPRC Training Hall when 8 of 15 dynamic young Liberian leaders recruited as part of the Washington Fellows for Young African Leaders paid him a courtesy call.
He reminded the Liberian team of Washington Fellows to serve as a source of inspiration and motivation for others in their respective communities by demonstrating virtues that would influence people in their team, school and work place. “To achieve this, you must, as a leader provide direction and create the atmosphere for a performance driven environment” the LPRC boss emphasized.
Mr.  Williams urged the youth leaders to take seriously their studies in the United States and be good ambassadors of their country, “Avoid bad peers and be focused on your short and long term goals”.  He told them to be their best and look their best at all times.
Speaking earlier, the Liberian Team Leader of the Washington Fellows, Mr. J. Alben Greaves thanked Mr. Williams for accepting the group’s request to meet with him. In an overview of the program, Mr. Greaves said the Washington Fellowship was launched In June 2013 and is the US President Barrack Obama Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI) that provides unique opportunities for participants to use their new skills to propel economic growth and prosperity, and strengthen democratic institutions.
Mr. Greaves said the candidates for the program are drawn from across Liberia and were vetted by IREX through a rigorous and competitive process and will be assigned to various Universities in the United States and Oversea Private Investment Corporations.
In separate statements, the Liberian Team of Washington Fellows lauded the American People for the initiative and promised to impact their community, civil society organizations, business and entrepreneurship.
Members of the President’s African Young Leadership Initiative present were:  J. Alben Greaves, Laura Golakeh, Matthew M. Fred, Philip G. Innis, Sarah M. Johnson, Patrice D. Juah, Yassah N. Lavalah and Abel W. Cheayou.


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