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Mary Broh Becomes Monrovia City Mayor

Written on:February 9, 2009
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New City Mayor of Monrovia

New City Mayor of Monrovia,Mary Broh

Executive Mansion, Monrovia

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has made several appointments in Government, subject to confirmation by the Liberian Senate, where applicable.Those appointed are: Mary Broh, Mayor-Monrovia City Corporation and Laetitia Reeves, Mayor-Paynesville City Corporation.

 

Appointments have also been made at the Ministry of National Defense. Mr. Robert E. Cooper becomes the Assistant Minister for Plans, Policy & Operations while Mrs. Olga R.C.Jallah has been named Assistant Minister for Personnel Administration & Resource Management.

According to an Executive Mansion release, the President has also effected changes at the Ministry of Lands, Mines & Energy. Mr. Carlton Miller has been appointed Assistant Minister for Mineral Exploration & Research; Mr. Walter McCarthy, Assistant Minister for Mines; and Mr. James Zawolo, Assistant Minister for Energy.

Florence Dukuly goes to the Ministry of Internal Affairs as Assistant Minister for Administration while Mr. Ekeema A. Witherspoon becomes Assistant Minister for Technical Services, and Mr. Henry B. Yonton becomes Assistant Minister for Administration, Ministry of Planning & Economic Affairs.

President Johnson Sirleaf has also appointed Mr. Kedrick Johnson as Assistant Managing Director for Administration & Finance at the Forestry Development Authority (FDA) and Mr. Joseph Barkolleh Quelleh becomes the District Commissioner-Zorzor District, Lofa County.

In a related development, Dr. Ivan F. Camanor has been named by the President to head the National AIDS Commission Secretariat.

The President has also constituted a Special Presidential Task Force on Greater Monrovia Cleaning & Urban Renewal. An Advisory Board on Inter-Ministerial Zoning Committee includes the Minister of Public Works, Chairman and Minister of Internal Affairs, Co-Chair. Members on the Advisory Board on Inter-Ministerial Zoning are the Ministers of Planning & Economic Affairs; Lands, Mines & Energy; Justice; as well as Information, Culture, and Tourism.

The Special Presidential Task Force on Greater Monrovia Cleaning & Urban Renewal is also comprised of a Task Force-Technical Team to be headed by Mr. Daniel G. Johnson as Chairman.  Its membership includes the Ministries of Public Works, Lands, Mines & Energy; as well as Health & Social Welfare. 

 The Task Force-Technical Team also includes members of the Lebanese, Indian, and Fula Communities, as well as mayors, commissioners, and governors within the Greater Monrovia area, the Liberia Marketing Association (LMA) and the General Services Agency (GSA).

 



Those appointed are: Mary Broh, Mayor-Monrovia City Corporation and Laetitia Reeves, Mayor-Paynesville City Corporation.

Appointments have also been made at the Ministry of National Defense. Mr. Robert E. Cooper becomes the Assistant Minister for Plans, Policy & Operations while Mrs. Olga R.C.Jallah has been named Assistant Minister for Personnel Administration & Resource Management.
According to an Executive Mansion release, the President has also effected changes at the Ministry of Lands, Mines & Energy. Mr. Carlton Miller has been appointed Assistant Minister for Mineral Exploration & Research; Mr. Walter McCarthy, Assistant Minister for Mines; and Mr. James Zawolo, Assistant Minister for Energy.
Florence Dukuly goes to the Ministry of Internal Affairs as Assistant Minister for Administration while Mr. Ekeema A. Witherspoon becomes Assistant Minister for Technical Services, and Mr. Henry B. Yonton becomes Assistant Minister for Administration, Ministry of Planning & Economic Affairs.
President Johnson Sirleaf has also appointed Mr. Kedrick Johnson as Assistant Managing Director for Administration & Finance at the Forestry Development Authority (FDA) and Mr. Joseph Barkolleh Quelleh becomes the District Commissioner-Zorzor District, Lofa County.
In a related development, Dr. Ivan F. Camanor has been named by the President to head the National AIDS Commission Secretariat.
The President has also constituted a Special Presidential Task Force on Greater Monrovia Cleaning & Urban Renewal. An Advisory Board on Inter-Ministerial Zoning Committee includes the Minister of Public Works, Chairman and Minister of Internal Affairs, Co-Chair. Members on the Advisory Board on Inter-Ministerial Zoning are the Ministers of Planning & Economic Affairs; Lands, Mines & Energy; Justice; as well as Information, Culture, and Tourism.
The Special Presidential Task Force on Greater Monrovia Cleaning & Urban Renewal is also comprised of a Task Force-Technical Team to be headed by Mr. Daniel G. Johnson as Chairman.  Its membership includes the Ministries of Public Works, Lands, Mines & Energy; as well as Health & Social Welfare.  The Task Force-Technical Team also includes members of the Lebanese, Indian, and Fula Communities, as well as mayors, commissioners, and governors within the Greater Monrovia area, the Liberia Marketing Association (LMA) and the General Services Agency (GSA).<-->

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