LIBERIA: Amb. Simeon Moribah Becomes MRU New Secretary General


Fresh and impeccable report reaching this paper says President Joseph Nyuma Boakia has appointed Ambassador Simeon M.B. Moribah as the new Chief Scribe of the Mano River Union.

According to report his preferment by the Liberian leader on May 1, 2024 was based on his measurable integrity and a wealth of experience having served as deputy secretary general for this viable regional body for a number of years now. However, according to our credible source from Freetown, the outgoing Secretary General Madam Maria G. Harrison is reported to have refused to turn over office in an apparent defiance and gross insubordination to the president’s decision.

It can be recalled that in November 2022, Madam Maria G. Harrison, the outgoing secretary-general, was appointed to replace Madam Madina Wesseh, a Liberian who was serving Liberia’s term of (8) eight years but was replaced by the Weah administration. Liberia still has one year plus to complete her eight years term. The Boakia administration deems it fit to appoint Ambassador Moribah to complete Liberia’s term. The tenure belongs to the country and not an individual.

The MRU is an intergovernmental organization that includes four member states – Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea, and Cote d’ Ivoire – with headquarters in Freetown, Republic of Sierra Leone.

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