MONROVIA-Major administrative reshuffle has been effected by the Forestry Development Authority (FDA) as Managing Director swaps positions of commercial, conservation, community and Research & Development and Liberian Verification departments.
The swapping in positions is consistent with the Management’s approach to ensure accelerated growth in performances in these critical areas which obviously serve as vital components of the entity, a statement said.
The Technical Manager for Commercial Forestry Department, Jerry Nyumah now heads the Conservation Department, William Pewu of the Research & Development Department goes to the Commercial Forestry Department, Blamah Gol of the Conservation Department becomes head of the Community Forestry Department. He replaces Atty. Gethrude Nyanlay who goes to the Liberian Verification Division as head, replacing Mr. Simulu Kamara who replaces Mr. William Pewu as head of the Scientific Research & Development department.
The in-house lawyer, Atty. Nyanquoi Dolo additionally becomes legal adviser to the Law Enforcement Division.
These changes, according to the FDA take effect as of November 1, 2021 and called on those concerned to prepare their turnover notes in line with normal administrative norms and procedures.
Effecting the changes recently during a senior staff meeting, the Managing Director, C. Mike Doryen said FDA is moving forward and making noticeable marks nationally and internationally, and much needed to be done.
“We are taking this decision in good faith and with the conviction that we will yield good results in our drive to sustainably mange the Liberian forest” the FDA boss said.
Meanwhile, the FDA boss has praised the staff for their consolidated efforts, unflinching support and passion for job.