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Minister of National Defense Brownie J. Samukai

Minister of Finance Augustine Ngafuan

Planning & Economic Affairs Amara Konneh

Director General of the Civil Service Agency, Dr. C. William Allen

Prez. Sirleaf Friday named a new foreign Minister replacing Mrs. Olubanke Akerele

(MONROVIA, LIBERIA - December 3, 2010): President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has been pleased to make the following appointments subject, where applicable to confirmation by the Liberian Senate:

Who's Back

Additional Ministers Recalled By President Johnson Sirleaf

(MONROVIA, LIBERIA - November 24, 2010): More appointments have been announced in Government by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. The officials named will serve in acting positions pending their confirmation by the Honorable Liberian Senate on its return in January 2011.

According to an Executive Mansion release, those appointed are:

Mr. Roosevelt Jayjay Ministry of Lands, Mines & Energy, MINISTER

Mr. Frederick Norkeh Ministry of Posts & Telecommunications, MINISTER

Mr. Henry Fahnbulleh Ministry of Internal Affairs, Deputy Minister for Urban Affairs

Mr. Sam Russ Ministry of Lands, Mines & Energy, Deputy Minister for Operations

Mr. Carlton Miller Ministry of Lands, Mines & Energy, Deputy Minister of Planning
& Development

Mr. James Y. Gbarbea, Jr. Ministry of Lands, Mines & Energy, Assistant Minister for Mines

Mr. Charles Nelson Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Deputy Minister for Commerce
& Industry

The Ministers of Health & Social Welfare, Commerce, Gender & Development, and Information, Culture & Tourism, accepted President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf's offer to resume their duties.

An Executive Mansion release said the President on Monday also appointed Mr. Jeremiah Sulunteh as Minister of Labor; Mr. Willard Russell as Minister of Transport; Mr. Christopher Neyor to the position of President and CEO of the National Oil Company of Liberia; and Mr. Alphonso Gaye as Director General, General Services Agency, with the rank of Minister.

On November 18, 2010, there were additional appointments in Government.

The Ministers of Defense, Finance, Education, and Internal Affairs accepted President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf's offer to resume their duties.

The President also appointed Mr. Natty B. Davies to the position of Chairman of the National Investment Commission; Cllr. Seward Cooper, Legal Advisor, Ministry of State; and Mr. Jonathan Reffell, Ambassador-at-Large.

The first group of Ministers who returned to their positions in government included, the Ministers of Agriculture Florence Chenoweth, Public Works Samuel Kofi Woods, Planning & Economic Affairs Amara Konneh, Youth & Sports Etmonia Tarpeh, and the Director General of the Civil Service Agency, Dr. C. William Allen, accepted President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf's offer to resume their duties.

The Minister of Justice, Cllr. Christiana Tah, also accepted the President's offer to resume her duties with the following new key Assistants:

  • Idella Cooper, Acting Deputy Minister for Economic Affairs;

  • Freddie Taylor, Acting Deputy Minister for Administration; and

  • Victoria Sherman-Lang, Acting Deputy Minister for Codification

Minister of Justice, Cllr. Christiana Tah

Natty B. Davies Chairman of the National Investment Commission

Minister of Youth & Sports Etmonia Tarpeh

Minister of Public Works Samuel Kofi Woods


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