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Published On: Thu, Mar 21st, 2024

President Barrow presides over swearing-in ceremony for new cabinet ministers

Earlier today President Barrow presided over the swearing-in ceremony of the four new Cabinet Ministers, two redeployed ministers and two Members of the Public Service Commissioners at the State House.

The newly sworn-in ministers include Dr. Ismaila Ceesay as the Minister of Information, Abdoulie Sanyang as the Interior Minister, Nani Juwara as the Minister of Petroleum, Haddy Jatou Sey as the Minister of Basic and Secondary Education, Hamat NK Bah as the Minister for Lands and Regional Government, and Abdoulie Jobe as the Minister of Tourism and Culture. Additionally, Kemo Conteh and Sainabou Ancha Ceesay have joined as members of the Public Service Commission.

Hon. Hamat NK Bah, the Minister for Lands and Regional Government, revealed that his appointment by the president for the fourth time is a testament to the president’s unwavering determination, loyalty, and preparedness and that this decision highlights the president’s strong desire for change within the cabinet, as he seeks to replace old members with new ones.

During his address, Hon. Bah emphasized that the usual way of doing things will no longer suffice. 

“I want to make this very clear, ministers can’t sit on the fence you are either in cabinet to deliver, work hard and to defend the principle or you go out of cabinet. We can’t run away from the insult and abuse, everything is Adama Barrow when he has appointed ministers to work.” He said

H.E President Adama Barrow, congratulated the sworn in cabinet members and Public Service Commission members for accepting to serve the nation in there various positions.

President Barrow emphasized the importance of collective leadership and working as a team. He expects the ministers to support the government’s policy programs and advocacy efforts, working together to achieve the Yiriwaa project. He believes that the appointees understand these expectations and will support each other as team members.

Additionally, President Barrow made it clear that discipline is crucial within the service, especially among senior members. He highlighted the need to address issues such as lateness and leaving office early, which have been common practices that need to be stopped.

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