President George Manneh Weah has made additional appointments in government affecting the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), National Disaster Management Agency, Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA), Liberia Refugee Repatriation and Resettlement Commission, the Ministry of Youth and Sports and other positions in local government, among others.
According to an Executive Mansion release issued Monday, 5 March, says those appointed include at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs include Gurly T. Gibson as Liberian Ambassador to the United States of America and D. Maxwell Saah Kemayah as Deputy Minister for Administration.
The release says President Weah has appointed Mr. Nathaniel Blama as EPA Executive Director; Mr. Henry O. Williams, National Disaster Management Agency Executive Director, and Ivan Brown as Liberia Telecommunication Authority (LTA) Commissioner for Engineering and Technology.
Still at LTA, Mr. Weah has appointed Mr. Isreal Akinsanya as Commissioner for Government and Consumer Affairs. At the Liberia Refugee Repatriation & Resettlement Commission, the president has appointed Rev Fetus R. B. Logan as Executive Director while at the Ministry of Youth and Sports, he has appointed Peter S. Bemah as Deputy Minister for Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET), Mr. Isaac Doe as Deputy Minister for Youth Development and Mr. James Toe as Assistant Minister for Sports.
At the National Housing Authority, Duannah Siryon is appointed Managing Director while Theodosius Juahgbe Kolee is appointed Commissioner for Decentralization at the National AIDS Commission.
The president has also made a lots of appointments at the Ministry of Public Works, including Joseph P. Todd as Deputy Minister for Administration, Benjamin Bonto, Deputy Minister for Rural Development, Bolton Dennis as Assistant Minister for Community Service, Clarence Wilson as Assistant Minister for Technical Affairs and Jackie A. Bernard, Assistant Minister for Feeder Roads.
Meanwhile, the Mansion says these appointments are subject to confirmation by the Liberian Senate where applicable.–Press release