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||Posted - 04 Jul 2018 : 00:40:34
Barrow redeploys Permanent Secretaries
The Poine: Tuesday, July 03, 2018
Four days after President Adama Barrow effected major Cabinet reshuffle that showed Vice President Fatoumatta Jallow-Tambajang replaced by Foreign Affairs Minister Ousainou Darboe, the presidency Monday announced another major redeployment of permanent secretaries.
In the new redeployment, Interior Ministry’s Permanent Secretary Bulli Dibba has now been redeployed to Ministry of Defense and Lamin Jawara of Environment Ministry is now redeployed to the Public Management Office (PMO).
The redeployment also moved Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary Saffie Sankareh to The Office of The Vice President, Personnel Management Office’s (PMO) permanent secretary Pateh Jah moved to the Ministry of Environment, Defense Ministry’s Permanent Secretary Alassan Tangara now moved to Ministry of the Interior, permanent secretary at the Office of the Vice President (OVP), Mariam Khan moved to the Ministry of Youth and Sports while Youth and Sports Permanent Secretary Dawda Ceesay now moved to Ministry of Local Government.
Permanent Secretary Office of the President, Modou Lamin Jaiteh now moved to Ministry of Health, Modou Ceesay, permanent secretary Ministry of Energy now moved to Finance and Rohey Bittaye of Local Government now moved to Energy, Cherno Omar Barry permanent secretary, Ministry of Health now moved to the Office of the President. Abdoulie Jarra, permanent secretary, Office of the President has been moved to the Ministry of Trade.
Author: Amadou Jallow
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||Posted - 11 Oct 2019 : 14:39:49
"She also said she felt betrayed by the President for sacking her and believing the story that she was in a haste to take his job."
"However according to her, at the time, she had an issue with Dr Tangara during her visit to the United Nations to attend a confrence on the status of women.
She said the sum of $32, 000 was sent to the Gambian mission for her accommodation and transportation."
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||Posted - 11 Oct 2019 : 12:07:53
Ex-VP Tambajang accuses Tangara, Darboe of engineering her sacking
The Standard: October 10, 2019
Former vice president Fatoumatta Jallow-Tambajang has accused Foreign Minister Mamadou Tangara of running a vendetta against her.
Speaking to Kerr Fatou in a lengthy interview to be aired on GRTS today, Tambajang further blamed Tangara and Ousainu Darboe for masterminding her sacking in 2018 after just over one year.
“The president said he removed me because I have written a letter to the UN signing it as acting president which was unconstitutional and undiplomatic.
Barrow said that was the advice he got from Mamadou Tangara, now Foreign Minister and the former vice president Ousainu Darboe,” she told Kerr Fatou.
However according to her, at the time, she had an issue with Dr Tangara during her visit to the United Nations to attend a confrence on the status of women.
She said the sum of $32, 000 was sent to the Gambian mission for her accommodation and transportation.
“Out of this Mamadou Tangara claimed $21, 000 was spent on vehicle rentals, an amount I found to be too high. I told my permanent secretary that he must be joking.”
“He has gone to the extent of convincing him (President Barrow) that I was in a haste for his position,” she said.
She also said she felt betrayed by the President for sacking her and believing the story that she was in a haste to take his job.
“This is the first time I am talking about this but really I felt betrayed,” she said.
||Posted - 04 Jul 2018 : 12:51:41
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