Monrovia, Liberia – Liberian President George Weah has reinstated Jamima Wolokollie to her post as Deputy Minister of Commerce for Small Business with immediate effect, according to an Executive Mansion.
The statement did not detailed other actions taken against Deputy Minister Wolokollie after serving the four months suspension.
President George Manneh Weah in May suspended for time indefinite Deputy Minister of Commerce for Small Business, Jemima Wolokollie, for what he termed as “insubordinate” attitude towards her boss, Min. Wilson Tarpeh, and “unprofessionalism” on the job.
In an Executive Mansion press statement suspending Minister Wolokollie, President Weah emphasized the need for all deputies to accord the highest respect and courtesy to their leaders; and refrain from taking internal disputes and/or disagreements to the public space for redress.
The President further encouraged all subordinates to practice utmost professionalism in conducting their duties and the need to follow the proper channel in addressing disputes with their leaders.
Minister Wolokollie will return to work with Minister Wilson Tarpeh Still in Charge at the Ministry of Commerce and Industries.