Education Minister Ansu Sonii has admonished his colleagues to use the time and privilege given by President George Weah to serve the country with honesty and dedication so that they cannot have any remorse when their time to serve is over.

“To be called from amongst competent colleagues to serve your country is a privilege not right; President Weah has called us to join him to serve the people and at his will we shall serve,” Minister Sonii added.

Speaking at the commissioning ceremony of himself and several others cabinet officials by President Weah at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Monrovia on Thursday, Sonii pointed out that the government has one vision and several legacies, but that their respective legacies should be integral to the overall legacy of the presidency.

He noted that as President Weah has given them the privilege to serve their country, they should do the little they can with all their might and hearts in order to ensure that their respective legacies culminate into a single legacy that will be remembered by posterity.

Sonii cautioned his colleagues to uphold the trust reposed in them by the Liberian leader by doing what is right, stressing, “The trust we enjoy from the presidency when betrayed cannot be easily restored.”

According to him, President Weah has a vision to ensure that the time they all have together can be translated for the benefit of the ordinary person, adding, “Liberia shall look differently be it in education, health, finance, labour, and defense, amongst others.”

“We have a duty to make our peoples mile and to make a difference that was never made before and in ways never seen in their life time,” Sonii emphasized.

Those commissioned along with Sonii are Defense Minister Daniel Ziankahn; Internal Affairs Minister Varney Sirleaf; Youth and Sports Minister D. Zeogar Wilson; Information Minister Lenn Eugene Nagbe; Agriculture Minister Dr. Mogana S. Flomo; Lands and Mines Minister Gesler  Murray, and Transport Minister Samuel Wlue.

Others are Minister of Health Dr. Wilhelmina Jallah; Minister of Posts and Telecommunication Cooper Kruah; Commerce Minister Wilson Tarpeh; Labour Minister Moses Y. Kollie; Gender Minister Williametta E. Saydee-Tarr; Minister of State without Portfolio Trokon T. Kpui; and General Services Agency (GSA) Director-General Mary T. Broh.

President Weah also commissioned National Investment Commission Executive Director Molewuleh B. Gray; Director General of the Cabinet, Jordan Sulonteh; Advisor to the president on Foreign Affairs, Ambassador George W. Wallace; National Security Advisor, Jefferson S. Kanmoh; Economic Advisor Charles Bright; and Religious Advisor, Rev. Emmanue lM. Nimely; culled from LINA.

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