In addition to scrutiny’s done so far at the Committee on Appointment for Public Service, the past two days saw the interviewing of ten more ministers and deputies, whose approval is yet to endorsed by the plenary of the House.
As is required, the sixteen-member committee went through documents of the ten appointees to ascertain whether they are authentic. Other documents including income tax and asset declaration were clarified, together with other issues stipulated as benchmarks for the committee.
The ten appointees include:
1. Madam EbunJusu: Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs
2. Alpha Kanu: Minister of Information and Communications
3. Ignosis Koroma: Deputy Minister of Mines and Minerals
4. Miatta Kargbo: Minister of Health and Sanitation
5. Randolf Foday Bayoh: Deputy Minister of Water Resources
6. Momodu Kargbo: Minister of State; Ministery of Finance and Economic Development
7. Maj. Paolo Contehe: Minister of Defence
8. HadiruKalokoh: Deputy Minister of Local Government and Rural Development
9. Dr. Abubakarr Fofanah: Deputy Minister of Health and Sanitation
10. Babagaleh Barrie: Deputy Minister of Works, Housing and Infrastructure
By Poindexter Sama