Deputy Foreign Minister Wesseh Goes to UN

Conmany B. Wesseh, Liberia Permanent Representative to the United Nations
Conmany B. Wesseh, Liberia Permanent Representative to the United Nations
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Deputy Foreign Minister for Cooperation and Economic Integration, Honourable Conmany B. Wesseh has been nominated by Her Excellency President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary and Permanent Representative to the United Nations; with multiple accreditations to Canada and Cuba.

Honourable Wesseh’s appointment was part of dozen of nominations made in government on August 29, 2008 by President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf. The nominations are subject to confirmation by the Liberian Senate.

Mr. Wesseh brings to the new portfolio wealth of experiences and if confirmed by the Liberian Senate, he will replace His Excellency Milton Nathaniel Barnes, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Washington, the United States of America.

According to an Executive Mansion release, others nominated to various positions in government include Mr. Sebastian Muah, Deputy Minister for Economic Policy, Ministry of Planning; Mr. Darryl Ambrose Nmah, Assistant Minister for Public Affairs, Ministry of National Defense; Mr. Timothy B. Grondoe, Assistant Minister for Coast Guard Affairs, Ministry of National Defense; and Mr. Samuel Thompson, Member of the Board of Governors, Central Bank of Liberia.

The  nomination also include: Counselor Eva Mae Mappy Morgan, Deputy Minister for Administration, Ministry of Justice; Mr. Juma P. Karnley, County Attorney, Bomi County; Mr. Sol Wittness Doyen, Assistant County Attorney, Montserrado County; Ms. Serena Flomo Garlawolu, County Attorney, Bong County; Mr. J. Owen-Dweh Woart, Assistant County Attorney, Montserrado County; and Counselor Frank C.S. Oberly Jr., County Attorney, Margibi County.

Other nominees include: Ms. Deddeh Jomah Wilson, Assistant County Attorney, Montserrado County; Cllr. Hector W. Quoigoah, County Attorney, Nimba County; Attorney Luther J. Sumo, County Attorney, Lofa County; Attorney Charles Gono, County Attorney, Grand Cape Mount County; Attorney John Davies, County Attorney, River Cess County and Attorney John A.A. Gabriel, County Attorney, Sinoe County.