Mansa Ngegba gets another two-year term!
Sierra Leone’s Deputy High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, has had his services retained for another two years following his re-appointment by President Ernest Bai Koroma. (Photo: Deputy Mansa Ngegba)
His Excellency Tamba Mansa Ngegba’s appointment has been endorsed by a letter from the Office of the President through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
“This is good news for me – and as far as I am concerned such re-appointment will serve as a motivation to continue to deliver what is expected of me by His Excellency the President,” said HE Ngegba.
Ngegba’s re-appointment came as no surprise to many; having been a key and very powerful pillar not only for the ruling All People’s Congress, but also in general, for the government and people of Sierra Leone.
His open-door policy which transcends beyond political and/or regional lines has earned him great respect within the Sierra Leone community.
Over the last two years, Ngegba has broken so much ground within diplomatic circles while representing his mission on behalf of the Government and people of Sierra Leone.
He has succeeded in developing a good relationship with the United Kingdom Border Agency (UNBA) and the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office as well as engaging in several activities in promoting President Koroma’s Agenda For Change.
Quite recently, the Deputy High Commissioner was honoured in Liverpool where he promoted the Agenda For Change at a programme organised by the Waterloo Partnership.
Before his appointment as Sierra Leone’s Deputy High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Tamba Mansa Ngegba was Chairman of the ruling All People’s Congress (APC) United Kingdom/Northern Ireland Branch – a position he held in high esteem making the branch one of the most respectable and most influential branches of the party.
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