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Big Shakeup/Surprises, President Sirleaf’s 2nd Term Cabinet Brings New Faces to Government

MONROVIA-  Like the pattern of all governments which usually phase out most of the cabinet members from the first term administration after an election for second term, President

Pres. Sirleaf

Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, a Harvard trained economist who is in the fight of  her political career as she faces stiff challenge in the October 11th election from the opposition party, Congress for Democratic Change, CDC, in her  bid for a second term; shakes up her cabinet and brings in new faces into her  government for the second term of her administration.

Samuel Koffi Woods, now minister of Justice, Biyan Kesseley, Bureau of Maritime Affairs, and minister of FinanceA copy of the composition of the new cabinet of the second term administration of President Sirleaf  made available to this outlet if the President wins, will bring in newcomers into government and some strange bedfellows as well. Three of the President’s cabinet ministers, namely, one time human rights advocate and former head of the head of the Catholic Justice and the Peace Commission,  Samuel Koffi Woods and  minister of Finance,  Augustine Ngafuan, all of whom serve as the face of the young generation in the Sirleaf administration will not serve in the second term. On the flipside, the second term administration of the President is bringing in controversial former officials who served earlier but were forced to let go because of impropriety, notable among some of such controversial former government officials who will be re-entering government are Harry Greaves former head of the country’s petroleum corporation, former Finance minister,  Emmanuel Shaw ,etc and  the President’s son Robert Sirleaf, who is going to head the Finance Ministry.

 

 

 

 

PRESIDENT SIRLEAF’S 2ND  TERM CABINET

 

1. Ministry of State for Presidential Affairs —–Victoria Tolbert

2. Ministry of Foreign Affairs ————–  James A A Pearl Jr

3. Ministry of National Defense ———— Maj (rtd) Fumba Sirleaf

4. Ministry of Planning/Economics  Affairs ——Amara Konneh

5. Ministry of Information, Culture, & Tourism ————- Jay Nagbe Sloh

6. Ministry of Justice ———————– Yvette Chesson

7. Ministry of Finance ———————- Robert Sirleaf

8. Ministry of Health & Social Welfare ——–   Dr. Walker Brumskine

9. Ministry of Agriculture ———————— Florence Chenoweth

10. Ministry of Education ———————– Dr. El Mohammed Sheriff

11. Ministry of Land, Mines, & Energy ——– John T Richardson

13. Ministry of Commerce ———————- John Bestman

14. Ministry of Post & Telecommunication ——– Alhaji G V Kromah

15. Ministry of Transport ————————–Lynn Eugene Nagbe

16. Ministry of Youth and Sports —————— James Salinsa Debah

17. Ministry of Public Works ———————— Sidiki Tarawalle

18. Ministry of Labor ——————- Lusine Donzo

19. General Auditing Commission ——————- Willie Belleh Jr

20. Liberia Water & Sewer Corporation ——————— Mardea Parker

21. Liberia Petroleum Corporation ————————– —Precious  Andrew Greaves

22. Liberia Telecommunication Corporation —————— Richelieu Watkins Jr

23. Liberia Electricity Corporation ———————–  Commany B. Wesseh

24. National Insurance Corporation —————-Essinhoward C. York

25. Liberia Produce & Marketing Corporation ——- Joseph N Boakai Jr

26. Superintendent, Nimba County ———————- Mohammed Keita

27. Superintendent, Maryland County ——————- Dan Moriah

28. Superintendent, Bong County ———————— Mamadi Keita

29. Superintendent, Grand Bassa County  ————— Darius Dallion

 

 

 

 

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