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Reginald to head Gems & Jewelry Authority, Niluka to head STC

2019-01-10 10:19:58
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Former Northern Province Governor Reginald Cooray has been appointed as the Chairman of the National Gems and Jewelry Authority (NGJA) by President Maithripala Sirisena.

Meanwhile, former Governor of the Sabaragamuwa Province, Niluka Ekanayake has been appointed as the State Timber Corporation (STC) Chairman.

Mrs. Ekanayake said they received their appointment letters from the President at the President’s Secretariat yesterday.


  Comments - 9

  • Yahiya Thursday, 10 January 2019 11:58

    President need some money. Former timber cooperation chairman still in cell.

    Reply : 1       41

    munsir Thursday, 10 January 2019 12:19

    Income,position and power are always guaranteed.But what is the result?

    Reply : 0       30

    anil Thursday, 10 January 2019 12:21

    Do they have degrees? Were they appointed by the special committee? Or this is not necessary for Sirisena's nominees?

    Reply : 0       44

    Rohantha Thursday, 10 January 2019 15:19

    Degree from UOS, Polonnaruwa

    Reply : 0       14

    RAHAL Thursday, 10 January 2019 13:51

    What a come down! From a governor of a province (under whom the chief Minister functions) to a chairperson of an institution coming under a Minister!!

    Reply : 0       19

    Ranjith Friday, 11 January 2019 20:46

    No matter. MR become a parliamentarian

    Reply : 0       0

    Leo Thursday, 10 January 2019 14:20

    Were they selected and appointed scientifically?

    Reply : 0       20

    Sarath Thursday, 10 January 2019 16:22

    President made appointments on what authority? Shouldn't it be minister who appoints?

    Reply : 1       12

    Lion Thursday, 10 January 2019 17:26

    Politics is the best business and you are always on the job.Srilanka has no future unless you clear this scum from the entire country.

    Reply : 1       11

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