MONROVIA, LIBERIA – President George Weah is urging Cabinet Ministers to execute the mandate and responsibilities of their assigned duties in the interest of the Country.
President Weah reminded the Cabinet of the high expectations from the Liberian people toward the overall performance of the Government.
The Liberian Leader made the remarks Monday, October 19, 2020, when he officially commissioned four Cabinet Ministers at the Foreign Ministry in Monrovia.
Those commissioned include Foreign Minister, Ambassador Dee-Maxwell Kemayah, Information Minister, Ledgerhood Rennie, Commerce Minister, Mawine Diggs, and Labor Minister, Cllr. Charles Gibson.
President Weah said the recent appointments were necessary to re-organize the Cabinet and Governance team for effectiveness and productivity.
Making remarks on behalf of his colleagues, Foreign Minister, Ambassador Dee-Maxwell Kemayah, thanked President Weah and promised to deliver on the mandate and responsibilities their respective offices demand.
Foreign Minister, Ambassador Dee-Maxwell Kemayah, has promised to reduce the price of a passport.
Minister Kemayah said the decision to reduce the price for a passport is in fulfillment of President George Weah’s quest to make Passports affordable to all Liberians.
The Foreign Minister has also vowed to work and ensure the credibility and integrity of the Liberian passports are restored in the diplomatic sector.
Speaking at the commissioning of four Cabinet Ministers on Monday, Minister Kemayah said a major reform of the Foreign Policy of the Country is expected soon.
Meanwhile, the Foreign Minister has announced a four-day retreat with a staff of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to identify the strength and challenges of the Ministry.