Liberian Ministers Likely to Face Dismissal

Amid criticisms of her government's performance, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has vowed to undertake sweeping action in the coming days, ranging from transfers and reshuffling to dismissals of cabinet ministers.

  • Liberia:  Dismissals, Reshuffles in Gov't Soon

    The Inquirer, 30 October 2012

    Presidential Press Secretary Jerelimick Piah has told Executive Mansion reporters that in keeping with the ongoing review of performance contracts which was jointly prepared by ... read more »

Sirleaf appointing her first set of cabinet officials.

  • Liberia:  Ellen's Dismissal Axe Hangs Over Several Gov't Officials

    Heritage, 30 October 2012

    President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf is shortly expected to affect her administrative actions against several government officials serving in the Executive Branch. According to ... read more »

  • Liberia:  Heads to Roll

    The NEWS, 30 October 2012

    There are indications that President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf might take actions that would affect some members of her cabinet. read more »

  • Liberia:  Cabinet Reshuffle Soon

    New Democrat, 30 October 2012

    Few months to the end of the one-year performance contract cabinet ministers signed, President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has threatened to effect mass dismissals and reshuffle in her ... read more »

  • Liberia:  Bitter Birthday - Gift for Cabinet

    The Analyst, 30 October 2012

    It was meant to be a day of wining and dining. It was supposed to be a day, for the working people, to wash out the fatigue of labor. Of course a happy moment it was at the ... read more »

  • Liberia:  Several Ministers Face Dismissal

    The New Dawn, 30 October 2012

    The fates of several cabinet ministers now hang in the balance as President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has vowed to undertake sweeping actions ranging from transfers, reshuffle to ... read more »

  • Liberia:  29 October Press Briefing Notes (press conference)

    Liberia Government, 29 October 2012

    Good morning, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to this very special press conference in the C. Cecil Dennis, Jr. Auditorium. Today is Monday, October 29, 2012. The last time we ... read more »