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Samuel Kofi Woods

Date of Birth: 01/05/1964
Place of Birth: Logan town, Bushrod Island


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Keeping it in the family

Others with an eye on the 2017 polls include Samuel Kofi Woods II, who may be wooing Johnson Sirleaf’s fellow joint-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, Leymah Roberta Gbowee, as running mate...


A low-key second term

Norkeh stays on at Posts and Telecommunications, as does Samuel Kofi Woods II at Public Works, a key post demanding strong leadership, because of its importance in job creation – and the potential for corruption in the procurement process...


New challenges after messy elections

Samuel Kofi Woods II, the respected human rights lawyer and Public Works Minister, added his voice to the plea to let the stations resume, as did the Carter Centre’s General Yakubu (‘Jack’) Dan-Yumma Gowon, a former Nigerian military ruler and leader of the Centre’s election monitors...


Ellen wants first-round win

UP strategy also involves co-opting former opposition and civil society leaders, like Eugene Nagbe (formerly CDC Secretary General, now UP Deputy Campaign Manager), Harrison Karnwea (Minister for Internal Affairs and former senior aide to Taylor), Samuel Kofi Woods II and Augustus Toe, all now members of the government...


Critics, crooks and credibility

We hear that former human rights activist and current Minister of Public Works Samuel Kofi Woods, 46, is a favoured candidate...


The born-again Bong mines

Labour Minister Samuel Kofi Woods says China Union promised to build a hospital, schools and agricultural projects...


Referee in a tug-of-war

Star Ministers include Christopher Toe (Agriculture), Kofi Samuel Woods II (Labour), Antoinette Sayeh (Finance), Vabah Gayflor (Gender), and Olubanke King-Akerele (Commerce)...


In cabinet

Samuel Kofi Woods, Labour: popular international human rights activist known for his integrity...


Threatening 'good order'

Samuel Kofi Woods, Director of the Catholic Justice and Peace Commission in Monrovia, made a public protest about Wesseh's treatment...


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