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President Weah Makes Additional Appointments in Government

President George Manneh Weah has made additional appointments affecting various ministries and agencies with some new faces like Tete Gebro, Estelle Liberty-Kermoh, Jefferson Koijee, Phil Dixon, among others.


Those named in the recent appointments include:


Liberia National Police


Patrick Sudue – Inspector General of Police


Sadatu L. M. Reeves – Deputy Inspector General for Administration (101)


Ministry of Gender


Williametta Piso Saydee-Tarr – Minister of Gender, Children & Social Protection


Parleh Harris – Deputy Minister for Administration


Lydia Sherman – Deputy Minister for Protection, Children & Social Welfare


Alice Johnson Howard – Deputy Minister for Gender


Maminah Carr – Assistant Minister for Research & Technical Services


Mamansie Kaba – Assistant Minister for Planning & Administration


Ministry of Health


Dr. Francis N. Kateh – Deputy Minister for Health Services/Chief Medical Officer


Norwu Howard Wesson – Deputy Minister for Administration


A. Vaifee Tulay – Deputy Minister for Research & Planning


Ministry of Labor


Moses Y. Kollie – Minister of Labor


Yvette Freeman – Deputy Minister for Administration


Atty. Phil T. Dixon – Deputy Minister for Manpower Development


Atty. Welma Sampson – Assistant Minister for Manpower Development


Ministry of Finance and Development Planning


Samora Wolokollie – Deputy Minister for Fiscal Affairs


Tanneh G. Brunson – Deputy Minister for Budget & Planning


Jesse B. Korboi – Assistant Minister for Budget


Jeremiah B. Sackie – Assistant Minister for Fiscal Affairs


Patience Kollie-Lawson – Assistant Minister for Administration


Janga Kowo – Comptroller General


Liberia Agency for Community Empowerment


Quiwu Yeke – Executive Director


Internal Audit


General E. Barten Nyensah – Agency Director


Ministry of Commerce & Industry


Prof. Wilson K. Tarpeh – Minister


Wilfred Bangura – Deputy Minister for Administration


Jamama Wolokollie – Deputy Minister for Small Business Administration


Debra Nebo –Assistant Minister for Small Business Administration


Josephine W. Davies – Deputy Inspector General for Enforcement


National Security Agency


James Henric Pearson Jr. – National Security Agency


Samuel Siryon – Deputy Director for Special Services


Jones Blamo – Deputy for Operations for VIP Security


Executive Protection Agency (EPS)


Roberts Deputy – Director EPS Trokon


Henry Wolo – Director for Administration & Operations


Liberia Broadcasting System (LBS)


Ledgerhood J. Rennie – Director General


Estelle Liberty-Kermu – Deputy for Administration


Tete Grebo – Deputy for Broadcasting


 Liberia Immigration Service


Lamuel E.A. Reeves – Commissioner General


Asatu Bah Kenneh – Deputy Commissioner /Naturalization


Monrovia City Corporation


Mayor – Jefferson Koijee


General Services Agency


Mary T. Borh – Director General


William Dakel – Deputy Director General for Administration GSA


Forestry Development Authority (FDA)


C. Mike Donyen – Managing Director


Liberia Institute of Public Administration


Bill Twehway – Director General


National Port Authority


Cece Cuffy-Brown – Deputy Managing Director for Administration


Timothy Sudue – Chief of Security


Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism


Eugene L. Nagbe – Minister


Eugene Fahgon – Deputy Minister for Public Affairs


Jurah A.M. Sanoe – Assistant Minister for Technical Affairs


Samuel Worzie – Assistant Minister for Information Services


Ministry of Foreign Affairs


Elias Shoniyin – Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs


Marie K. Coleman – Inspector General Foreign Service


Jervis Witherspoon – Chief of Protocol Republic of Liberia


Land Mines & Energy


Gesler E. Murray – Minister


Bloatey Scere – Deputy Minister Administration


Emmanuel T. T. Swen – Assistant Minister for Mines


Agnes S. Marshall – Assistant Minister for Administration


Johnson Willabo – Assistant Minister for Planning


Ministry of Justice


Eddie S. Tarawali Assistant Minister for Corrections and Rehabilitation


Ministry of Youth & Support


D. Zogar Wilson – Minister


Audrain R. Forbes-Smith –Deputy Minister for Administration


G. Andy Quamie – Deputy Minister for Sports


Famatta Brewer – Assistant Minister for Administration


Millias Z. Sheriff –Assistant Minister for TVET


Ministry of Education


Minister - Prof. Ansu D. Sonii


Alton V. Kesselly – Deputy Minister for Planning, Research & Development


Latim Da-thong – Deputy Minister for Administration


Sokou Dukuly – Assistant Minister for Science, Technology, Vocational & Special Education


Ministry of Internal Affairs


Varney Sirleaf – Minister


Olayee S. Collins – Deputy Minister for Planning & Research Development


Liberian Institutes for Statistics and Geo-Information Service (LISGIS)


Prof. Francis F. Wreh – Director General


Mariah Quaye Gilayeneh – Deputy Director General/Administration


National Fisheries & Aquaculture Authority (NFAA)


Authority Augustine M. Manobalah – Deputy Minister for Administration/National Fisheries & Aquaculture


Liberia Airport Authority (LAA)


Bako Freeman – Managing Director


Martin J. Hayes – Deputy Director Administration


Paynesville City Corporation


Pam Belcher-Taylor – Mayor


Superintendent


Superintendent Monsterrado Florence Brandy


Esther Walker – Superintendent Bong County


Ministry of States for Presidential Affairs


Trokon A. Kpui – Minister of State without Portfolio


Archie Bernard – Legal Advisor to President


J. Emmanuel Potter – Assistant Minister for Logistics


Kaitee Korto Flomo – Aide de Camp


Prince T. Toe Jr. – Aide de Camp


 

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