President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has made several nominations in government with the controversial but hardworking Madam Mary Broh going to the General Services Agency (GSA) as its Director General.
Continuing with the nomination of officials to positions in government, the Liberian Leader named several individuals, subject to confirmation by the Honorable Liberian Senate, where applicable.
Besides naming Madam Broh to the GSA, the President has also nominated to the National Investment Commission Mr. Michael Wotorson as Chairman, and Ms. Ciata Bishop as that institution’s Executive Director.
At the National Elections Commission, Mr. C. A. Lamin Lighe has been nominated as Executive Director.
Immigration Commissioner, Ms. Abla Gadegbeku William, has been named Executive Director at the Liberia Refugee Repatriation and Resettlement Commission
At Ministry of Internal Affairs, President Sirleaf has also made a number of local appointments. Those appointed are; Mr. Henric Marcus Speare, District Superintendent Mboo Statutory District, Mr. Besus P. Davis, Assistant District Superintendent for Development, and Mr. Francis Okai, Jr., District Commissioner.
Mr. Zack G. W. Sharpe III, has been nominated as Deputy Minister for Administration at the Ministry of Public Works replacing Mr. Stephen Yekeson who will be taking on another portfolio.
Mr. Anthony Sonkarly has been named Assistant Minister for Administration at the Ministry of Justice.
In a related development the President has also named the following individuals and institutions to the Board of Trustees of the Grand Gedeh Community College (GGCC). They are Mr. Bai M. Gbala, Mr. Philip Dwuyee, Mr. Rex O. Moses, the National Commission on Higher Education, the Ministry of Education (Ex-Officio), Mr. Benson Barh, Acting President GGCC, Mr. Otis Jolo, Senator Isaac Nyenabo and Alex C. Grant.
Following the President’s latest nominations to government especially the appointment of hardworking Mary Broh as Director General of the General Services Agency(GSA), observers believe that usages of Government of Liberia(GOL) vehicles and other facilities will seriously come to check.
Others are speculating that the ‘no-nonsense’ Broh will ensure that government vehicles especially that which are use for utilities purposes will leave the street or private homes in a bid to safe government cost.