Liberian New Leader Makes New Appointments In Government


The Inquirer
Monrovia, Liberia

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The Perspective
Atlanta, Georgia

Posted October 16, 2003

The transitional head of the Liberian government, Chairman Gyude Bryant has made new appointments in government.

Those appointed are Professor Willie Belleh, Chief of Staff and Director of the Cabinet; Mr. Blamoh Nelson, Senior Advisor to the Chairman on the Scrupulous implementation of the Peace Accord and Mr. Harry A. Greaves, Advisor to the Chairman on Economic Affairs.

Others are Ambassador Fred Bass-Golokeh, Advisor to the Chairman on International Affairs; Mr. Isaac Yonly, Assistant Minister for Special Services, Mrs. Sia Luseni, Private Secretary to the Chairman; Mr. Jacob Mendscole, Security Consultant to the Chairman, and Rt. General Philip B. Karmah, Advisor to the Chairman on Military Affairs.

Meanwhile, the Liberians United for Reconciliation and Democracy (LURD) has announced its nominees for Cabinet positions in the NTGL.

Reports reaching this paper late yesterday evening said LURD has nominated four of its staunch members to fill the cabinet positions allotted to them according to the Accra Accord.

Those nominated are Mr. Lusine Kamara as Finance Minister; Mr. Varmah Kanneh as Transport Minister, Cllr. Kabineh Janneh as Minister of Justice, and Cllr. Lavalla Supuwood is to serve as Labour Minister.

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