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Wednesday, 27 November 2013 15:58(JollofNews) – Barely four weeks after sacking his minister of Foreign Affairs, President Yahya Jammeh of the Gambia has fired Nana Grey—Johnson of his appointment as minister of Information and Communication Infrastructure.
Mr Grey—Johnson, a seasoned journalist was sent packing from his office on Tuesday. No reasons were given for his removal, but a news release from the Presidency said Mr Grey—Johnson was fired by President Jammeh in accordance with the Gambian constitution.
Nana Grey—Johnson, who was the pioneer of the internet activism law, joined the regime of Yahya Jammeh on 12th March 2013. He was also Secretary General No. 2, a post which was added to his portfolio on 10th June 2013.
Late last month, on 30th October, Susan Wafa-Ogoo was relieved of her appointment as minister of Foreign Affairs.
She has since been replaced by Dr Aboubacarr Senghore as minister of Foreign Affairs.
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