President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has made several appointments in Government affecting the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Labor, the Judiciary and the Grand Bassa Community College.
According to an Executive Mansion release, those named are: Dr. Nathaniel G. Gbessagee as President of the Grand Bassa Community College with immediate effect. Dr. Gbessagee replaces Madam Augurie Herring who has served as Interim President of the College since the removal of Dr. Levi Zangar.
Counselor Serena F. Garlawolu – Resident Judge, Criminal Court “E”
Counselor Scheaplor R. Dunbar – Relieving Judge, R. L.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Cllr. Lois Bruthus – Ambassador, United States of America
Mrs. Musu Ruhle – Ambassador, Sierra Leone
Ministry of Labor
Atty. Jerome B. Kolleh – Assistant Minister for Standards
Grand Bassa County Community College
Dr. Nathaniel Gbessagee – President
Dr. Gbessagee replaces Madam Augurie Herring who has served as Interim President of the College since the removal of Dr. Levi Zangar. His appointment comes as a result of an independent Vetting Process instituted by the Commission on Higher Education of the Republic of Liberia. The Vetting Committee was chaired by retired Methodist Bishop Arthur F. Kulah and included representatives from the University of Liberia, the Commission on Higher Education, amongst others.
Meanwhile, President Sirleaf has also dissolved the Board of Trustees of the Grand Bassa Community College. The Board of Trustees will be reconstituted shortly consistent with the Charter of the College.
These appointments are subject to Senate confirmation, where applicable.