Cabinet of Sierra Leone

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The Cabinet of Sierra Leone is the chief executive body of the Republic of Sierra Leone. Cabinet members are nominated by the President and are then proceeded to the House of Parliament of Sierra Leone for confirmation or rejection by a majority vote by members of Parliament. The president has the constitutional power to dismiss a cabinet official at any time.[1]

The current cabinet of Sierra Leone (2016–present)[edit]

Office Minister
President, and Commander in Chief Ernest Bai Koroma
Vice President Victor Bockarie Foh
Minister of Foreign Affairs Samura Kamara
Minister of Finance Momodu Kargbo
Minister of Justice and Attorney-General Joseph Kamara
Minister of Education Minkailu Bah
Minister of Mines and Natural Resources Minkailu Mansaray
Minister of Information and Communication Mohamed Bangura
Minister of Trade and Industry Momodu Allieu Pat Sow
Minister of Energy Henry Olufemi Macauley
Minister of Health and Sanitation Abu Bakarr Fofanah
Minister of Lands and Country Planning Diana Konomanyi
Minister of Transportation and Aviation Leonard Balogun Koroma
Minister of Internal Affairs Major (retired) Alfred Paolo Conteh
Minister of Social Welfare, Gender and Children's Affairs Sylvia Blyden
Minister of Agriculture Monty Jones
Minister of Labor Mathew Teambo
Minister of Marine Resources and Fisheries Elizabeth Mans
Minister of Local Government and Rural Development Maya Kaikai
Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs Sidi Yahya Tunis
Minister of Works, Housing and Infrastructural Development Ibrahim Kemoh Sesay
Minister of Water Resources Momodu Maligi
Minister of Political and Public Affairs Nanette Thomas
Minister of Sports Ahmed Khanou
Minister of Youth Affairs Bai Mahmoud Bangura
Minister of State office to the Vice President Mohamed Alie Bah
Resident Minister, Eastern Province Karamoh Kabba
Resident Minister, Southern Province Muctarr Conteh
Resident Minister, Northern Province Alie Dauda Kamara

Presidential staff[edit]

Office Minister
State House Chief of Staff Saidu Cotton Sesay
State House Presidential Spokesman Abdulai Bayraytay
State House Communications Director Jarrah Kawusu-Konte
Aide-de-camp Superintendent Brima Q. Sesay

Sierra Leone embassies abroad[edit]

The ambassadors of Sierra Leone are the highest ranking diplomats that represent Sierra Leone, its citizens and interests in foreign countries or organizations like the United Nations, African Union and Ecowas. The ambassadors are part of the executive branch of the Government of Sierra Leone and they work directly under the supervision of the Sierra Leone Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The ambassadors are appointed by the President and are then proceeded to the House of Parliament for confirmation or rejection by a majority vote by members of Parliament.

Current ambassadors of Sierra Leone[edit]

Office Minister
Sierra Leone Ambassador to the United Nations Vandi Chidi Minah
Sierra Leome Ambassador to Ethiopia and Permanent Representative to the African Union Andrew Bangali
Sierra Leone Ambassador to the United States Bockarie Kortu Stevens
Sierra Leone Ambassador to the United Kingdom Edward Mohamed Turay
Sierra Leone Ambassador to Nigeria Haja Afsatu Kabba
Sierra Leone Ambassador to Belgium Christian Kargbo
Sierra Leone Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Mohamed Sillah Kargbo
Sierra Leone Ambassador to Germany Jongopie Stevens
Sierra Leone Ambassador to Guinea Adikalie Foday Sumah
Sierra Leone Ambassador to Liberia Brima Acha Kamara
Sierra Leone Ambassador to China Almamy P. Koroma
Sierra Leome Ambassador to Senegal Khadijatu Bassir
Sierra Leome Ambassador to Ghana Haja Umu Hawa Tejan Jalloh
Sierra Leone Ambassador to The Gambia Mohamed Yumkela
Sierra Leone Ambassador to United Arab Emirates Alhaji Siray Alpha Timbo
Sierra Leone Ambassador to Russia John Yambasu
Sierra Leone Ambassador to Kuwait Ibrahim Bakarr Kamara
Sierra Leone Ambassador to Iran Alimamy A. Kamara


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