Kemoh Sesay

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Ibrahim Kemoh Sesay
Minister of Transportation and Aviation
In office
14 October 2007 – August 4, 2008
President Ernest Bai Koroma
Preceded by Momodu Pat-Sowe
Personal details
Born Port Loko, Port Loko District, Sierra Leone
Nationality Sierra Leonean
Political party All People's Congress (APC)
Residence

Freetown, Sierra Leone

Alma mater Fourah Bay College
Profession Politician
Religion Islam

Ibrahim Kemoh Sesay (or Sessay) is a Sierra Leonean politician from the ruling All People's Congress (APC) political party. He is Sierra Leone's former Minister of Transportation and Aviation and member of the Pan-African Parliament.[1]

Sesay is born in Port Loko, Port Loko District, a muslim and a member of the Temne ethnic group.

From 2002 on, he had served as a member of Parliament of Sierra Leone representing Port Loko District. Sesay easily won re-election in 2007 with 75.7% of the total vote in his district; he had defeated Munirr Sankoh of the Sierra Leone People's Party by nearly 9,000 votes.[2] He was appointed Minister of Transportation by president Ernest Bai Koroma in October, 2007.

On August 4, 2008, the Office of the President of Sierra Leone announced that in view of current investigations surrounding the unauthorized landing of a mysterious plane loaded with cocaine at the Lungi International Airport, President Ernest Bai Koroma had relieved Ibrahim Kemoh Sesay of his duties as Minister of Transport and Aviation, the release stated. The decision was necessitated to facilitate investigations.

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State House Press Release