LIBERIA: House Speaker Koffa appoints Members to Three Key Statutory Committees

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The newly appointed chairs and co-chairs will play pivotal roles in shaping the policies and decisions within their respective committees.

For the Rules and Order Committee, Speaker Koffa appointed Bong County Electoral District #3 Representative Marvin Cole as Chair and Montserrado County District #15 Representative Abu Kamara as Co-Chair.
The Rules Order Committee, under the able leadership of Rep. Cole as Chair and Rep. Kamara as Co-Chair, will be instrumental in ensuring the orderly conduct of legislative proceedings.

Their wealth of experience and dedication to upholding parliamentary procedures will contribute to a transparent and efficient legislative process.

On the Foreign Affairs Committee, the House Speaker appointed Nimba County District #9 Representative Taa Z. Wongbe as Chair and Rep. Richard Nagbe Koon of Montserrado County District #11 as Co-Chair.

The Foreign Affairs Committee, led by Taa Wongbe as Chair and Richard Nagbe Koon as Co-Chair, will oversee matters of international relations and diplomacy. Their expertise will be vital in navigating global issues and fostering positive relationships with other nations, advancing the interests of Liberia.

Among other things, Montserrado County District #7 Representative Emmanuel Dahn was appointed as Chairman for the Committee on Executive and Montserrado County District #6 Representative Samuel Enders as Co-Chair.

Under the guidance of Emmanuel Dahn as Chair and Samuel Enders as Co-Chair, the Executive Committee will focus on matters related to the executive branch and government administration.

Their leadership will contribute to the effective functioning of the government and the implementation of key policies.

Speaker Koffa expressed confidence in the appointed members, stating, “I am confident that these distinguished individuals will bring their unique skills and perspectives to their respective committees, contributing to the overall success of our legislative agenda. Together, we will work towards building a stronger and more prosperous Liberia.”

These appointments mark a significant step forward in the House’s commitment to fostering collaboration, transparency, and excellence in legislative affairs.

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