LIS Longest Serving COS  Appointed As Deputy Commission General For Administration

Colonel Elijah F. Rufus, one of the longest serving immigration Officer has been appointed to the position as the deputy Commissioner General for Administration ( U- 301).

Colonel Rufus has worked with the the Liberia Immigration Service ( LIS) for over twenty consecutive years ranging from the rank and file of various positions at the LIS.

Colonel Rufus task at the job was  to assist the office of the Commissioner General ( U-300)  in developing the institution policies, established and maintained working relationship and channel communications to other government agencies and ministries, diplomatic missions, among others.

In 2010-2014 as Special Assistant to the office of the Commissioner General he served as policy advisor, monitor and supervise subordinate officers assigned at the Commissioner General office.

Colonel Rufus who has served in the various rank and file of positions at the LIS. For over ten consecutive years,  Colonel Rufus has served various Commission Generals ranging from  Administrative assistant, Special Assistant, Chief of Office Staff, now appointed as the Deputy Commissioner General for Administration ( U-300).

Colonel Rufus holds Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology with emphasis in Public Administration, currently an MPA candidate at the Graduate School of Public Administration, University of Liberia.

Since his preferment as U-301, officers of the Liberia Immigration Service (LIS) have been celebrating at the headquarters of the LIS and are waiting for his confirmation.

According to them, one of them  has been appointed.

They said he understand issues confronting the forward match of immigration Officers because he is one of them.

Colonel Rufus was recently appointed by His Excellency Ambassador Joseph N. Boakai to serve as the principal deputy for Administration to the Commissioner General appointed.

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  2. A. Randolph Kemokai says

    Congratulations Col. Elijah Rufus on your preferment, all the best. Go and serve your country and people well. Your preferment was not a surprise to me and many others because of your good professional, human working relationship and passion to serve and treat everybody equally. Col. Rufus, you are a good man and scholar par excellence, President Joseph N. Boakai made no mistake.

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