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President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has made additional appointments in government affecting the Ministries of Finance, Information, Foreign Affairs, National Security Agency, and Internal Affairs.

An Executive Mansion release named those appointed at the Ministry of Finance as AdolphusForkpa, Deputy Minister for Fiscal Affairs; Mrs. JuahFeika, Deputy Minister for Administration;Mr. Hanson Kiazolu, Comptroller & Accountant General and Mr. Johnny Tarkpah Assistant Minister for external Resources & Debt Management.

At the Ministry of Information, Mr. Stanley Barh, Sr. has been appointed Assistant Minister for Administration; Mr. Jacob V. Jallah, Assistant Minister for Technical Services, Mrs. Vivian W.G. Lombeh Minister Counsellor for Press & Public Affairs at Liberia Permanent Mission to the United Nations.

At the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Edward Essiah has been appointed Deputy Minister for Administration and Madam Vivian Wreh Ambassador, Republic of Guinea. At the National Security Agency, President Sirleaf has apppointed Mr. Adolf W. Yancy Assistant Director for External Services. At the Ministry of Internal Affairs, local appointments have been made, to include Mr. AkoiZogbo Commissioner of Voinjama District, Lofa County; Ms. Korlu Y.M. Beyan Commissioner, Zorzor District and Mr. TarmieZarwu, City Mayor, Zorzor District.

Other appointees include Mr. Anthony Armah, Commissioner, Lukambeh District, Grand Bassa County; Mr. Joe Manuway, Township Commissioner, Goegboe Township; Madam Nancy Greene, Superintendent, Statutory District # 2 of Rivercess County and Mr. Dennis G. Seeboe, District Commissioner, Sengblor District of Maryland County.

Additionally, President Sirleaf has appointed Mr. Solomon S. Johnny as Superintendent, Karluway Statutory District; Ms. Jacqueline CeetaKonneh, Karloken City, Karluway Statutory District; Mr. Richard Gbuffua Commissioner, District #2, Karluway Stat. District Mr. Adolphus M. Sieh Commissioner, Yederobo Dis. #3, Karluway.

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

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