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Chairman, Atty. Teklo Maxwell Grigsby Statement.

As the 4th Liberian and youngest appointed Chairperson of the Liberia National Commission on Small Arms (LiNCSA), I feel very bless to be called to national service by H.E. Ambassador, Dr. George Manneh Weah, President of the Republic of Liberia. I hold abiding faith in the Almighty God and rely on his guidance to lead the Commission to noble heights. I extend heartfelt appreciation to His Excellency Amb. Weah for the confidence reposed in me to steer the affairs of the Commission during this very critical time in our country’s history. As I soberly reflect on the activities carried out by the Commission over the years since its establishment, it is quintessentially imperative that I acknowledge the three (3) venerated Liberians that contributed to what the commission has become, as well as all past and current employees, contractors and volunteers who worked assiduously hard to ensure that the Commission’s mandate and functions were carried out over these years and continue to lead the fight to combat proliferation and illicit trade of Small Arms and Light Weapons. The achievements and accolades could not have been possible without our local and International Partners, most especially, ECOWAS, United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Liberia Action Network on Small Arms (LANSA), The British Embassy/Government, Arms Trade Treaty Voluntary Trust Fund (ATT-VTF), International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Regional Center for Small Arms (RECSA), Action on Arms Violence, Japanese Government, Kofi Annan International Peace Keeping Training Center (KAIPTC), National Social Security and Welfare Corporation (NASSCORP) among others.

Crime and insecurity rank high among the threats and obstacles to social an