Pres. Weah Appoints 19 Local Government Officials in Bong

GBARNGA, Bong – President George Weah has appointed 19 local government officials in Bong, completing the list of appointments for local officials in the county.

Bong’s assistant superintendent for development, Anthony Sheriff was retained in the post along with Annie Reeves and Arthur Kpolleh, commissioners of Yellequelleh and Zota Districts, respectively. Milton Varney and David Karchue were also retained as commissioners of Sanoyea and Jorquelleh Two, respectively.

According to the Executive Mansion release, Weah also appointed the county’s first female superintendent, Lucia Herbert, as mayor of Gbarnga, replacing Viola Cooper.

Weah appointed Roland Massaquoi as president of the Bong County Technical College, while Marcus Jones was appointed as director general for the Central Agricultural Research Institute.

A detailed list of Bong’s appointments is below:

Meanwhile Weah has appointed Mogana Flomo, Jr. as minister of agriculture. Several citizens of Bong are lauding the president for Flomo’s appointment, as he is the first minister to be appointed from the county in Weah’s government.

The appointments are subject to confirmation by the Liberian Senate.

Moses Bailey

Moses started his journalism career in 2010 as a reporter at Radio Gbarnga. In 2011, the Press Union of Liberia recognized him as the Human Rights Reporter of the Year. In 2017, he was the Development Reporter of the Year. He is also an Internews Health Journalism Fellow. Moses is also the regional coordinator for NAYMOTE-Liberia, an organization working with youth to promote democratic governance.

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