The name Musa Bility is a familiar one in sports, politics and business in Liberia. Bility is the president of the Liberia Football Association (LFA), regulator of Liberia’s national game: Football. As president, Bility liaises with world football bodies including the World Governing Body of Football FIFA and the Confederation of African Football CAF.
As a politician, Bility, an ardent supporter of President Ellen Sirleaf, has held several positions of trust in the current administration including Board Chairman of the National Port Authority (NPA). He is also quite successful as a Liberia Businessman through his outfit Srimex. Srimex deals in Petroleum and Cement importation.
Facts about Musa Bility
•Musa Hassan A. Bility is the current president of the Liberia Football Association since he was elected on March 20, 2010 for a four year term. He was re-elected as president in 2014 for another four-year term;
•Born on April 6, 1967 in Saclepea, Nimba County;
•Earned a BSc in Economics from the AME Zion University in 2008;
•First Board Chairman of the National Port Authority (NPA) in 2006 after current Liberia’s president Sirleaf began her first term of office;
•Chaired the Boards of the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporations (LWSC) and the Liberia Airport Authority (LAA) in 2008 and 2012, respectively;
•Amongst a few successful Liberia businessmen as CEO of Srimex – a company which deals in the importation of petroleum products and Fortress cement. Srimex is also credited for breaking the long-standing cement monopoly in Liberia;
•Successfully ended the land dispute amongst Mandingos, Gios, and Manos of his home county Nimba when he chaired Madam Sirleaf’s 14-member Special Presidential Nimba Land Dispute Commission in 2009;
•First served in a position of trust in the early 1990s when he served as Special Assistant to the then Liberian Interim Leader, Dr. Amos C. Sawyer;
•Bility is married to Denise and they are blessed with several children.