The Parliamentary Committee on Appointment for Public Service was very busy last week, scrutinizing presidential nominees for the position of cabinet ministers, as six more faced the interview panel on Friday.
Apart from the six, who were scrutinized on Thursday, six others followed, bring the total now interviewed to 12 nominees and are most likely to face the general membership of the House during Parliament’s next sitting on 17th January, 2013, for approval.
Friday saw the scrutiny of four cabinet ministers and one deputy. They include:
1. Musa Tarawalli: proposed Minister of Lands, Housing, Country Planning and the Environment
2. Finda Diana Konomanyi: proposed Minister of Local Government and Rural Development
3. Muctaru Conteh: proposed Resident Minister-South.
4. Alie D. Kamara: proposed Resident Minister-North.
5. Momodu Maligi: proposed Minister of Water Resources
6. Theo Nicol: proposed deputy Minister of Information and Communications
By Poindexter Sama