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Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan


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Ellen calls the shots

Disappointed younger ministers in Johnson-Sirleaf's cabinet, including Finance Minister Amara Konneh and Foreign Minister Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan, are said to be actively considering defecting from the governing party...


Eclipse of the son

Despite the resignations, Robert is also likely to continue advising his mother on matters of state and he accompanied the President and Foreign Minister Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan on the flight to New York...


Keeping it in the family

Insiders say that Konneh, who is expected to be Robert’s running mate for vice-president, is at loggerheads with another presidential hopeful, Foreign Minister Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan...


A low-key second term

Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan, formerly Finance Minister, becomes Foreign Minister, a job some thought Tubman might have taken...


New challenges after messy elections

The first is to unite her disparate party that contains several tendencies which, if not managed well, could create serious problems for her succession: UP Chairman Harry Varney Goto-Nambi Sherman, who is rich and eyeing the presidency, and ambitious younger men such as Kofi Woods from Montserrado County and Finance Minister Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan from Lofa Co...


Brinkmanship at the ballot

Ministers including Brownie Samukai (Defence), Vabah Gayflor (Gender and Development) and Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan (Finance) are being nice to their staff and keeping quiet...


Honesty – not the easiest policy

A fourth major scandal focused on Finance Minister Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan, who took over from the highly respected Antoinette Sayeh, now Director of the Africa Department of the International Monetary Fund...


Musical chairs in Monrovia

Younger cabinet ministers such as Finance Minister Augustine Ngafuan and Amara Konneh, Minister of Planning and Economic Affairs, are all staunch members of the governing party and were always thought likely to return to office...


Out of the dip

Liberia’s Finance Minister Augustine Ngafuan said his country’s growth plans were held back because of similar losses in the rubber trade and the suspension of a US$2 billion iron ore project run by ArcelorMittal...


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