President Weah Makes Appointments in Government

Thursday, 7th March 2019
President Weah
President Weah
Photo Credit: Executive Mansion Photo

Monrovia, Liberia - His Excellency, Dr. George Manneh Weah has made additional appointments in Government affecting Grand Gedeh County Community College, National Housing Authority and the Liberia Airport Authority. 


Those appointed are:


Grand Gedeh College County Community College Board


Mr. Philip Dwuyee                 -           Chairman, Board of Trustees/Representing Konobo District

Mr. Allen Lincoln                   -           Vice Chairman/Representing Gbarzon District

Mr. E. Gandy Dweh               -           Member/ Representing Tchien District

Dr. Solomon X. Y. Jallayu      -           Secretary, Board of Trustees

Madam Felicia Duncan          -           Member, Representing Civil Society Organizations

Sen. G. Alphonso Gaye          -           Member/ Senior Senator of Grand Gedeh County

Hon. Alex Chersia Grant        -           Member/Chairman, Grand Gedeh Legislative Caucus

National Commission on

Higher Education                    -           Ex- Officio

Ministry of Education            -           Ex-Officio

Mr. Youbothy Tarley              -           Member/President, Alumni GGCCC


Grand Gedeh County Community College


 Solomon X. Y. Jallayu                       -           President


National Housing Authority Statutory Board Members


Minister of Public Works                                                       -          Chairman

Minister of Finance and Development Planning                    -           Member

Minister of Mines and Energy                                                            -           Member

Director General of the Civil Service Agency                                   -           Member

Managing Director of the National Housing Authority         -           Executive Secretary


Liberia Airport Authority


Bishop J. Allan Klayee                       -           Acting Managing Director


The appointments are subject to confirmation by the Liberian Senate where applicable.