NDABORLOR, Rev. Dr. Jasper Samuel

NDABORLOR, Rev. Dr. Jasper Samuel


Rev. Dr. Jasper Samuel Ndaborlor was appointed as member of the Constitution Review Committee by the President of the Republic of Liberia in October 2012. He is President of the Pentecostal Fellowship Union of Liberia and also Pastor of the Free Pentecostal Global Missions Church in Sinkor. He hailed from Lofa County and belongs to the Kissi Ethnic group of Liberia.


Rev. Dr. Ndaborlor has served in many capacities both in the Church and in Government. In his public life, he served as Principal and Teacher of the former Edward S. Peal Elementary School in Paynesville and Teacher at the Paynesville Community School from 1979-1982 respectively.


Dr. Ndaborlor also served as Special Assistant to the People’s Redemption Council from 1982 to 1984 and Administrative Assistant in the National Interim Assembly from 1985 to 1986. The Reverend further served his Country as Chaplain in the National Legislature from 1986 to 1995 and later became Political and Religious Advisor to the late Council man, Tamba Lamie Taylor of the Council of State from 1995 to 1996. He was awarded a scholarship to do his Masters Degree Program in the United States of America at the Associated Mennonites Biblical Seminary, Elthart, Indiana, USA from whence he graduated with a Masters Degree in Peace Studies. In 2012, he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Theology by the Cypress International Bible Institute based in Texas, USA.


In 2006, Rev. Dr. Jasper Samuel Ndaborlor was appointed by Her Excellency to serve as Member of the Veteran Affairs Advisory Committee to draft an Act for the creation of the Bureau of Veteran Affairs which was passed into law by the National Legislature, signed by the President, and printed into Hand Bills by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and established. The Bureau is functional and active.


Besides the above, Rev. Dr. Ndaborlor served as peace broker in any capacities and was a strong radio orator who became a voice during the peak of the Liberian Civil War. He is a fearless Man of God who comes to the CRC with a wealth of experience. He is married to Mrs. Tewah Elizabeth Ndaborlor with children and dependents. He has travelled world-wide to represent Liberia at many conferences and international seminars and workshops.


He was born on February 25, 1955.

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