NengWa Vang’s vision to lead Lao Family Community of Minnesota is uncertain

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SUAB HMONG NEWS — Suab Hmong TalkShow exclusive interviewed NengWa Vang, President of Lao Family Community of Minnesota (LFCMN) and Wameng Vang, Public Relation for LFCMN on May 31, 2015 on some of the plans put in place for Lao Family Community of Minnesota.

NengWa Vang, President of LFCMN, said he does not have much vision to lead Lao Family Community of Minnesota to the future yet.  He called it “Find ways to clean up the mess now…”.

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“Because Lao Family Community of Minnesota is one of the organization that is very popular with many controversies involved based on many protests and news surrounding it so my immediate plan is to try to clean up the mess at Lao Family community of Minnesota and make it stable again for the communities to use.” said NengWa Vang.

Wameng Vang, PR for LFCMN, said from 2013 to 2014, there was no funding to provide services to the communities.

“NengWa Vang’s job is to find way to stable Lao Family Community building and then we will try to look for funding…” said Wameng Vang.

Watch Suab Hmong TalkShow to get full insight of the exclusive interview with NengWa Vang on his vision and mission for Lao Family Community of Minnesota.

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