Cabinet of Liberia

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The Cabinet of Liberia, together with the President and Vice President, form the executive branch of government in the country. The President, with the consent of the Senate, appoints cabinet ministers.

The current government

The following is a list of ministers currently serving in the administration of President George Weah, who took office as president on 22 January 2018[1][2][3]:

Office Minister
Minister of Foreign Affairs Gbehzohngar Findley
Minister of Finance Samuel D. Tweh Jr.
Minister of Justice and Attorney-General Musa F. Dean
Minister of National Defense Daniel Dee Ziankahn
Minister of Internal Affairs Varney A. Sirleaf
Minister of Education Prof. Ansu Sonii
Minister of Posts and Telecommunications Cllr. Cooper Kruah
Minister of Public Works Mobutu Nyenpan
Minister of Agriculture Mogana Flomo, Jr.
Minister of Health and Social Welfare Dr. Williamina Jallah
Minister of Information, Culture, and Tourism Eugene Lenn Nagbe
Minister of Lands, Mines, and Energy Gesler E. Murray
Minister of Commerce and Industry Prof. Wilson K. Tarpeh
Minister of Labor Moses Y. Kollie
Minister of Youth and Sport D. Zeogar Wilson
Minister of Transport Samuel Wlue
Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection Williametta Piso Saydee-Tarr
Minister of State for Presidential Affairs Nathaniel F. McGill
Minister of State without Portfolio Trokon A. Kpui

See also


  1. ^ "President Weah Makes Initial Appointments in Government". 23 January 2018. Retrieved February 26, 2018.
  2. ^ "President George Manneh Weah has made Additional Appointments in Government". 5 February 2018. Retrieved February 26, 2018.
  3. ^ "President Weah Makes Additional Appointments in Government". 7 February 2018. Retrieved February 26, 2018.
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