President George Manneh Weah, has with immediate effect accepted the resignation of Gregory O.W. Coleman, formerly of the National Bureau of Concession (NBC).
Mr. Coleman, in a letter dated November 24, 2019 and addressed to the Liberian Chief Executive, resigned as Director-General. “My time as head of the NBC was filled with challenges and rewards. It is time that I become a private citizen”, he stated in the letter of resignation.
In a related development, the Liberian Leader has appointed Daddy Gibson to act as Director-General of the National Bureau of Concession (NBC) pending the appointment of a proper Director-General.
Daddy Gibson is the current Deputy Director for Administration at the National Bureau of Concession.
According to an executive Mansion release, the Liberian leader has with immediate effect also lifted the suspension of Daddy Gibson and Nathaniel Bracewell.
The two deputies of the National Bureau of Concession (NBC) were suspended on August 2, 2019 for administrative misconduct following confusion that ensued between they and their former boss something that spread wide fire condemnations and mix reactions in the political corridors of the Country early August of 2019.
It can be recalled that Daddy Gibson and Nathaniel Bracewell, Deputy Director for Administration and Deputy Director General for Concession respectively, suspension was lifted by the Liberian Chief Executive on Saturday, November 23, 2019.
The lifting of the suspension of the two NBC’s officials came after the end of an investigation relative to what transpired between the three officials though official report from the investigation up till press time is yet to be made public.
The resignation of Mr. Coleman from the governing Coalition for Democratic Change though maybe obvious but also political and marked so far the third up till press time just in 2019.