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As President Weah’s releases latest appointments

President George Manneh Weah yesterday made additional appointments in government, to include those named at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation (LWSC) respectively, an Executive Mansion release said.

The appointments are subject to confirmation by the Senate where applicable.

According to the release, President Weah appointed Nathaniel Blama as Executive Director, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Henry O. Williams, Executive Director, National Disaster Management Agency,

Liberia Telecommunication Authority (LTA),

Ivan Brown, Commissioner for Engineering and Technology (E &T), and Israel Akinsanya Commissioner for Government and Consumer Affairs.

Liberia Refugee Repatriation and Resettlement Commission (LRRRC)

Reverend Fetus R. B. Logan, Executive Director.

Ministry of Youth & Sports

Peter S. Bemah Deputy Minister/TVET (Technical, Vocational and Education Training); Isaac Doe Deputy Minister/Youth Development amd James Toe Assistant Minister/Sports.

National Housing Authority

Duannah Siryon Managing Director.

National AIDS Commission

Theodosius Juahgbe Kolee, Commissioner for Decentralization.

Ministry of Agriculture

Dr. Mogana Flomo, Jr. Minister; Cllr. Sayma Syrenius Cephas, Deputy Minister-Regional Development, Research and Extension and Precious Tetteh Assistant Minister/Administration.

Ministry of Commerce and Industry

Morris Siryon Assistant Minister for Commerce and Industry.

Liberia Business Registry

Samson Dee, Director; Nora T. Wreh, Deputy Director.

Liberia National Fire Service

Bishop Alex Dixon, Director; Gabriel Nmah Sr., Deputy Director.

Ministry of Education

Telma Manston-Nimmo, Assistant Minister, Early Childhood Education.

Ministry of Public Works

Joseph P. Todd, Deputy Minister for Administration, Benjamin Bonto, Deputy Minister for Rural Development; Bolton Dennis, Assistant Minister for Community Service; Clarence Wilson, Assistant Minister for Technical Affairs; Jackie A. Bernard Assistant Minister for Feeder Roads.

Liberia Produce Marketing Corporation (LPMC)

Musa Konneh, Deputy Managing Director for Operations.

Liberia Intellectual Property Office

Theresa S. Thomas, Deputy Director General for Industrial Property.

Liberia News Agency (LINA)

Kwame Weeks, Director General.

Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation (LWSC)

Moseray Momoh Deputy Managing Director for Administration.

Center for Agriculture Research Institute (CARI), Marcus T. Jones, Director General.

Liberia Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative

J. Gabriel Nyenkan, Chairman.

Liberia Institute of Public Administration

D. Wa Hne, Deputy Director General for Research and Consultancy.

National Drugs Service

Boakai Boley, Deputy Director.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Gurly T. Gibson Liberia Ambassador to the United States of America; D. Maxwell Saah Kemayah, Deputy Minister for Administration.

Liberia Civil Aviation Authority

Bishop J. Allen Kaylee, Chairman of the Board.

National Port Authority (NPA)

Richard Divine, Chairman of the Board; Reverend Matthew Guah, Member.

Forestry Development Authority (FDA)

Harrison Karnwea, Chairman of the Board.

Mittal Steel

Attorney Carmerna Cephas-Yeke, Country Representative.

Religious Advisors to the President

Reverend Emmanuel Nimely; Mother Kebeh Kangar.

Grand Bassa County

Janjay Baikpeh, Superintendent.

Tubman University

Dr. Wreh Wilson, President.

Bong County Technical College

 Dr. Roland Massaquoi, President.

Local Government Bong County

Anthony Sheriff, Assistant Superintendent/Development; Conteh Yallah, Statutory District Superintendent; Victor Wesseh, Korkoyah Statutory District/County Inspector; Paul A. Sulonteh, Assistant Superintendent for Fiscal Affairs; Jerry Tinnie, Relieving Commissioner; Lucia Herbert City Mayor, Gbarnga City; Aaron Mulbah, District Commissioner, Fumah District; Daniel Tubman, District Commissioner, Salala District; Milton Varney, District Commissioner, Sanoyea District; Annie Reeves, District Commissioner, Yellequelleh District #2; Daniel O. Dudu, District Commissioner, Suakoko District; David Karjue, District Commissioner, Jorquelleh District #2; Washington Bonnah, District Commissioner, Jorquelleh District #3; Towon Koresiah, District Commissioner, Panta District; Arthur Kpolleh, District Commissioner, Zota District; Mary Kweneh, District Commissioner, Korkoyah District; Joseph Kolleh District Commissioner, Kpaii District; Dennis Chappy District Commissioner, Boinsein District; Moses Kellen, District Commissioner, Tokpablee District.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. A NEW DAY HAS BEGUN! It is good givING young people the opportunity to serve, provided they have the requisite expertise and experience. I strongly suggest that they be guarded by Advisors who are experienced in the various fields of their assignments. Liberia has come a long way. Hence, there is no time to fall back. To the newly appointed officials, we wish you GOOD LUCK and GOD’s BLESSINGS! Do not hesitate to seek assistance if needed!

  2. The government is too big and inefficient. The country needs small, smart and efficient government that will deliver. If this government is to succeed, it needs to downsize and learn from the failure of past governments. The country has no landline for example, but we continue to have people at helm of Liberia Telecommunication Corporation. Why? That is a waste of resources. The country would be better off privatizing some of these so-called public corporations. Money saved from privatization can then be invested in education and healthcare. Smart government president Weah!

  3. Too many Deputy Ministers and Assistant Ministers are in the government. You really need to make the government lean and efficient. Everyone wants government jobs and if you ask them their functions and responsibilities, they do not even know. Sad…………

  4. Every government needs competent and professional men and women to serve society as well as government.
    Presidential nominees must meet up with the followings: EXPERTISE,CODE OF INTEGRITY,LEGACY and credentials for public confidence and assurance. President Weah, love Liberia but one tree cannot make a forest.
    All Liberians ideologies and contributions are needed for the betterment of our country Liberia.

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