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NACSUL Extols Weah For
Wesseh Appointment

The National Civil Society Union of Liberia (NACSUL) has welcomed the nomination of G. Blamo Wesseh as Minister of State for Presidential Affairs.
Mr. Wesseh has been acting in the position since the resignation of sanctioned Nathaniel Falo McGill for alleged public corruption.
NACSUL in a release commended President George Manneh Weah for appointing Mr. Wesseh as McGill’s successor adding that the nominee has the requisite credentials and experience to adequately perform the task ahead.
NACSUL’s president Amos B.S. Kanneh recounted that his institution has followed the nominee as far back as 2005 when he was first elected by the people of Grand Kru County to House of Representatives and subsequently re-elected in 2011 based on his splendid performance at the Liberian Legislature.
Mr. Kanneh said based on his broader insight on legislative issues, Mr. Wesseh was trusted by his colleagues and got elected as Chairperson on the House committee on Executive, a position he served until 2017 when he decided to give others the chance and not to contest for the third term.
He also noted that based on his enormous work in ensuring that the Standard Bearer of the Coalition for Democratic Change now President of Liberia got overwhelmingly elected in 2017.
Wesseh was appointed by the President as Deputy Minister for Administration at the Ministry of State for Presidential Affairs, a position he served until his recent nomination by the President.
According to Mr. Kanneh, the nominee who is also the Bishop of the Reformed Cathedral of Hope Church located in Zubah Town, Paynesville, is not only a God fearing individual but a man with outstanding moral rectitude and a trusted person who the President of Liberia can count on to serve as his Minister of State for Presidential Affairs and his Chief of Office Staff.
Mr. Kanneh then disclosed that he has explicit confidence in the nominee, Wesseh’s ability to demonstrate diligence, honesty and commitment to duty when confirmed by the Liberian Senate.
Meanwhile, NACSUL is urging the newly nominated Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, that while it welcomes and extolls the Liberian leader’s decision, as watch dog of the Liberian society, the Union will closely follow and monitor his performances in the office of the President while discharging his duty.

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