|Ellen Makes New Appointments |
|Published on March 14, 2008||Email To Friend Print Version
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has made more appointments in government, subject to confirmation by the Liberian Senate. Those appointed are: Mr. Beyan Kessely, Commissioner, Bureau of Maritime Affairs; Mr. Josephus Gray, Assistant Minister for Public Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Mr. Alphonso Nimene, Assistant Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Mr. John Morlu, Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary.
An Executive Mansion release Wednesday said, the President has also re-constituted the Common Council of the Monrovia City Corporation.
Its members include Mr. Daniel Johnson, Chairman; Cllr. Henry Reed Cooper, Member; Mr. Brima Gaiyei, member; Mr. Matthias Corpu, member and Mrs. Nyenekon Beauty Snoh-Barcon, member.
Other members named to the reconstituted Common Council of the Monrovia City Corporation are Mrs. Elaine Bright; Mr. William Findley; Mrs. Elizabeth Mulbah; Mrs. Massa Cousli; Mr. Abel Voker and Mr. Philip N. Wesseh.
The President has also reconstituted the Liberia Civil Aviation Authority, headed by the Minister of Transport as Chairman.
Its members include Mr. Raynold A. Mitchell; Mr. Isaac Mannah; Mr. Clyde Campbell; Mr. Michael Jupiter; Mrs. Magdalene Dargoseth; and Mr. Richelieu Williams, who will also serve as secretary to the reconstituted Liberia Civil Aviation Board.
In a related development, a Branch of the Liberia Agency for Community Development has also been reconstituted. It is headed by Mr. David Farhart as Chairman and Minister of Planning & Economic Affairs Dr. Toga McIntosh Gayewhea as Co-chairman.
Members to the Liberia Agency for Community Development are, Gender Minister Varbah Gayflor; Minister of Internal Affairs, Ambulai B. Johnson and a representative of the Civil Society Movement of Liberia (CSM-L); as well as Mr. Peter Karmei of the New African Research Development Agency (NARDA), an NGO, and a representative of the Concern Christian Community (CCC), Representing Women NGO, including the Executive Director of LACE Mr. Ramses T. Kumbuyah, who will serve as secretary and member of the Group.
The reconstitution is in keeping with the relevant statute of the Branch of the Liberian Agency for Community Development.