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The Cabinet

The legislature in Sierra Leone, which is mainly the Parliament, consists of the President, the Speaker and Members of Parliament. Parliament makes laws for the peace, security, order, and good governance in Sierra Leone. The current parliament in the November 2012 Parliamentary elections is made up of  two political parties with the following representations; All People's Congress (APC) 67 seats and the Sierra Leone People's Party (SLPP) 42 seats. There are also 8 Paramount Chiefs in parliament. One representing each district in the country.

 

The Executive is the Supreme Administrative body of the country. The President who is also the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces heads it. The Vice President and cabinet ministers assist the President in running the affairs of the state.

 

His Excellency Ernest Bai Koroma
His Excellency
Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma
President

Vice President Alhaji Sam Sumana
Alhaji Sahr S. Sam-Sumana
Vice-President


 

Below is a list of President's Ernest Bai Koroma Cabinet: 

 


Ministers and Deputy Ministers

Dr. Kaifala Marah
Minister of Finance and Development
Deputy Minister: Ms Mabinty Daramy

Dr. Samura M. W. Kamara 
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Deputy Minister: Dr. Ebun Jusu

Dr. J. B. Dauda
Minister of Internal Affairs
Deputy Minister: Mr. Sheka Tarawalie

Franklyn Bai Kargbo
Minister of Justice and Attorney-General
Deputy Minister: Mr. Arrow Bockarie

Alhaji Alpha Kanu
Minister of Information and Communications
Deputy Minister: Theophilus Nicol

Alhaji Osman Boie Kamara
Minister of Trade and Industry
Deputy Minister: Mr. Ali B. Mansaray

Major Rtd. Alfred Paolo Conteh
Minister of Defence

Dr. Minkailu Bah
Minister of Education, Science and Technology
Deputy Ministers: Mr. Sylvester O. Hanciles
                        Mr. Mamoud Tarawali

Mr. Alimamy P. Koroma
Minister of Works, Housing and Infrastructural Development
Deputy Minister: Mr. A. B. Barrie

Mr. Oluniyi Robbin-Coker
Minister of Energy
Deputy Minister: Mr. M. Bash-Kamara

Capt. Momodu Alieu Pat-Sowe
Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources
Deputy Minister: Mr. Charles Rogers

Mr. Vandi Chidi Minah
Minister of Transport and Aviation
Deputy Minister: Mr. Ibrahim Mansaray

Mr. Moijue Kai Kai
Minister of Social Welfare, Gender and Children's Affairs
Deputy Minister: Mr. Mustapha Bai Attila

Alhaji Minkailu Mansaray
Minister of Mines and Mineral Resources
Deputy Minister: Mr. Abdul Ignosis Koroma

 Dr. Joseph Sam Sesay
Minister of Agriculture, Food Security & Forestry
Deputy Ministers: Mrs. Marie Jalloh, Mr. Lovell Thomas

Ms. Diana Konomani
Minister of Local Government and Rural Development
Deputy Minister: Mr. Ibrahim H. Kalokoh

Mr. Musa Tarawally
Minister of Lands, Country Planning & the Environment
Deputy Minister: Mr. Ahmed Kanu

Mr. Momodu Maligi
Minister of Water Resources
Deputy Minister: Mr. Randolph Foday Bayoh

Ms. Miatta Kargbo
Minister of Health and Sanitation
Deputy Ministers: Dr. Abubakarr Fofanah
                Mr. Foday Sawi

Dr. Matthew Teambo
Minister of Labour and Social Security
Deputy Minister: Mr. Augustine Nyuma Kortu

Mr. Alimamy Kamara
Minister of Youth Affairs
Deputy Minister: Miss Feremusu Konte

Mr. Paul Kamara
Minister of Sports
Deputy Minister: Mr. Ishmail Al-Sankoh Conteh

Alhaji Ibrahim Kemoh Sesay
Minister of Political and Public Affairs
Deputy Minister: Mr. Karamoh Kabba

Mr. Peter Bayuku Konte
Minister of Tourism and Culture
Deputy Minister: Miss Kadie Sesay


Ministers of State

Mr. Momodu Kargbo
Minister of State, Ministry of Finance and Economic Development
Alhaji F. B. L. Mansaray
Minister of State, Ministry of Finance and Economic Development
Mrs. Harriet Turay
Minister of State, Office of the Vice President
 

Resident Ministers

Mr. William Juana Smith
Resident Minister, East

Mr. Muctarr Conteh
Resident Minister, South

Alie D. Kamara
Resident Minister, North

 

Office of the President
Mr. E. B. Osho Coker
Secretary to the President
Dr. Richard Konteh
Chief of Staff
Dr. Sylvia Blyden
Special Executive Assistant to the President