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Pres. Sirleaf Makes Appointments In Gov’t
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Pres. Sirleaf Makes Appointments In Gov’t

MONROVIA, September 20 (LINA) - President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has made additional appointments in government affecting the Ministries of Finance, Information, Foreign Affairs, Internal Affairs and the National Security Agency.

According to an Executive Mansion release, those appointed at the Ministry of Finance are Adolphus Forkpa,  Deputy Minister for Fiscal Affairs; Mrs. Juah Feika, Deputy Minister for Administration and Mr. Hanson Kiazolu,Comptroller and Accountant General.

Others are Mr. Johnny Tarkpah, Assistant Minister for External Resources and Debt Management and Mr. Stanley Barh, Sr., Assistant Minister for Administration.

Those appointed at the Ministry of Information are Mr. Jacob V. Jallah,Assistant Minister for Technical Services and Mrs. Vivian W. G. Lombeh, Minister Counsellor for Press and Public Affairs, Liberia Permanent Mission to the United Nations.

At the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Edward Essiah was named Deputy Minister for Administration and Madam Vivian Wreh, Ambassador to the Republic of Guinea.

Mr. Adolf W. Yancy was appointed Assistant Director for External Services at the National Security Agency, according to an Executive Mansion release.

Local appointments made at the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Lofa County are Mr. Akoi Zogbo, Commissioner, Voinjama District; Ms. Korlu Y.M. Beyan, Commissioner, Zorzor District; Mr. Tarmie Zarwu, City Mayor, Zorzor District and Mr. Anthony Armah, Commissioner, Lukambeh District.

New appointments in Grand Bassa County are Mr. Joe Manuway, Township Commissioner, Goegboe Township and Madam Nancy Greene, Superintendent, Statutory District # 2.

In Rivercess County, Mr. Dennis G. Seeboe was appointed District Commissioner, Sengblor District, while in Maryland County Mr. Solomon S. Johnny was named Superintendent, Karluway Statutory District; Ms. Jacqueline Ceeta Konneh Karloken City, Karluway Statutory District; Mr. Richard Gbuffua,Commissioner, District #2, Karluway Statutory District and Mr. Adolphus M. Sieh, Commissioner, Yederobo Dis. #3, Karluway Statutory District.      

These appointments are subject to confirmation by the House of Senate were applicable.  


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