Liberia Football Association President Musa Bility will not seek reelection at the general assembly in March.
Bility said he was thrilled by the recent transition in which Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf democratically transferred power to George Weah after two successive terms.
Bility further disclosed that he has made known his intention to stakeholders, including Fifa President Gianni Infantino and Caf President Ahmad Ahmad, in an email on February 18.
However, Bility said he will hold onto his positions as Executive Committee member at the Confederation of Africa Football (Caf).
The businessman cum politician defeated Cllr. Izetta Wesley in a landslide election in March 2010 and reelected for a second four year term on white-ballot in 2014.
He was an unsuccessful candidate in CAF election held in Marrakech, Morocco in 2013 and disqualified as a candidate on integrity ground in the 2016 FIFA election that saw Infantino replaced disgraced Sepp” Blatter.
In related news, LFA is expected to hold an extra ordinary congress on tomorrow Saturday at the PA Rib House in Sinkor.
Delegates at the extra-ordinary congress will elect a judicial bodies and an election committee to take over from the Malcolm Joseph led commission.
The ethics committee chairperson Medina Wesseh has declined a further nomination and could be replaced at tomorrow’s congress.
LFA is expected to go to the poll next month to elect a new president, vice president for administration, vice president for operation and 10 executive committee members for a four-year tenure.