Wednesday, 13 March 2013 17:02(JollofNews) – One of the Gambia’s most acclaimed writer and journalist, Nana Grey Johnson, was yesterday appointed minister of Information, Communication and Infrastructure.
Mr Johnson, 62, succeeds Dr Njogu Bah who was overseeing the ministry whilst also serving as Secretary General, head of the Civil Service and minister for Presidential Affairs.
A bachelors holder in communication, Mr Johnson obtained an MA in Journalism in 1979 from the University of Stanford, USA. He worked as a journalist in the country for many years and has written articles to many newspapers.
He is a member of many associations and has authored many books such as The Story of The Newspaper in The Gambia in 2004, Edward Francis Small: Watchdog of The Gambia, The Magic Calabash 1998, I of Ebony 1999, Children of the Spyglass 1995, Krio Engagement and other stories 1987.
Written by PK Jarju
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