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President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has made additional appointments in government affecting the Ministries of State for Presidential Affairs, Youth and Sports, Labor, among others.

 

An Executive Mansion release said the appointments are subject to confirmation by the Liberian Senate where applicable.

Those appointed include Mr. Sylvester Grigsby, Minister of State Without Portfolio, Ministry of State for Presidential Affairs; J. Levi Demmah, Deputy Minister for Human Resource and Development, Ministry of Labor and Teeko Yorlay, Assistant Minister for Youth Development, Ministry of Youth and Sports.

Others include Peter Bonner Jallah, Member, Board of Directors, National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCLA) and Madam Florence Weade Stemn-Wesley, Justice of the Peace & Notary Public Temple of Justice.

The President also appointed Philip T. Jah and Mr. Joseph D. Bohlen, Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent for Development, River Gee County respectively.

Others are Armah Sarnor, Superintendent, Paul M. Kimba, Assistant Superintendent for Development, and Mulbah B. Manow, Commissioner, Belle District, all of Gbarpolu County.

Mr. Roosevelt Quioh, Sneh Johnson and Ransey Snoh were appointed as Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent for Development and Township Commissioner, Du-Wolee Township, Sinoe County, while Matthew Daniels and Madam Ruth Sawmadal    were appointed as Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent for Development of River Cess County.

In Maryland County, the President appointed Mrs. Betsy Toe Kouh, Superintendent, Mr. George Prowd, City Mayor, Harper City and Madam Noria G. Sieh, Commissioner, Yederobo Administrative District, Karluway Statutory District.

The rest of the president's appointments include Dor Cooper, Assistant Superintendent for Development and Ben Tokpa    Mayor, Ganta City, Nimba County; Mr. Momo G. Siryon, Assistant Superintendent for Development, Suehn Mecca District, Bomi County and Mr. Abraham Gray, District Commissioner, Barclayville District, Grand Kru County.