New Deputy Foreign Minister for Administration Takes Office; Promises Cordial Working Relations with Staff

The new Deputy Minister for Administration, Edward M Eesiah calling on members of the Foreign Ministry workforce to join hands in lifting the
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The new Deputy Minister for Administration, Edward M Eesiah calling on members of the Foreign Ministry workforce to join hands in lifting the Ministry
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The newly appointed Deputy Foreign Minister for Administration, Hon. Edward M. Eesiah, has assured employees of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that his administration will work collaboratively with them to achieve the agenda of the Ministry aimed at enhancing government’s foreign policy thrust.     

 

Honorable Eesiah, who replaces Dr. Wede Elliott Brownell as Deputy Minister for Administration, stated that if the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is to achieve its desired aims and objectives, there must be a smooth working relationship among employees on one hand and the administration and workforce on other hand.     

 

According to a Foreign Military release, the new Deputy Minister for Administration made the assurances in the C. Cecil Dennis Auditorium of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Tuesday, October 11, 2016 when he was being formally introduced to the workforce by H. E. Ms. Marjon V. Kamara, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Liberia during a general staff meeting.

 

While making introductory remarks during the meeting, Deputy Minister Eesiah used the occasion to extend gratitude to H. E. Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President of the Republic of Liberia, for his preferment and assured the Liberian leader that he will deliver to her expectation.

 

For her part, Foreign Minister Marjon V. Kamara, after officially introducing Deputy Minister Eesiah urged the entire workforce to cooperate and support Hon. Eesiah so as to achieve the objectives of the Ministry.  

 

Foreign Minister Kamara also noted among other things, that the appointment of Hon. Eesiah to the current position is followed by his numerous experiences within the public sectors, including his immediate past position at the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP) where he served as Deputy Minister for Administration.