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Mr. Robert A. Sirleaf

Wrong Robert A. Sirleaf?


Phone: (562) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  United States
The Perspective
4450 California Place Unit 221
Long Beach , California 90807
United States


Employment History

  • Senior Advisor To the President
  • Senior Adviser To the President
  • Senior Advisor To the President
    The Executive Mansion
  • Chairman
    National Oil Company of Liberia
  • President Legal Advisor
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Chairman
  • Managing Director
    Wachovia Corp.
  • Securities Director
    Wachovia Corp.
  • Director In Fixed Income Sales
    Wachovia Corp.
  • Chairman of Directors
    Liberia National Oil Company

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • George Mason University
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Web References
Robert ..., 6 Sept 2014 [cached]
Robert Sirleaf
I read with dismay (though not any surprise-package for our government) that Rob Sirleaf, the favorite son of the President has now assumed the role of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and will now be touting the country's international rallying campaign against the spread of Ebola on his shoulders. Congratulations, 'Mr. Omnipotent Envoy'!!!!
While the President immaturely and prematurely decided to ground her Minister of Foreign Affairs (or maybe rightly put, the 'ceremonious Foreign Minister') and even Health Minister (who couldn't even attend the recent West African health ministers conference on Ebola in Ghana) at home in the face of a glaring need for him and all other officials whose functions require international lobbying, she has again diverted such task to her son.
Rob's widely circulated media release to various radio stations and newspapers that he is travelling to Europe and the United States to solicit international assistance to fight Ebola has just plugged another nepotism plug into the already heavily criticized nepotistic Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Administration. In my mind, the level at which the President has heightened her determination to completely family-tie her government signals the nearing collapse of her administration (and sadly too, one that would definitely overturn all previous gains made in her first term).
While this latest action says it all relative to the President's inability and unwillingness to combat this virus, it also shows her determination in using Rob as the utility man that will amass the wealth for the Sirleaf dynasty. Not even when the resignations of previous doubling controversial roles as Senior Advisor to her and Chairman of the National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL) board had gone down, his mother made him an envoy on the country's emerging oil sector to the Middle East. While no one knows the status of that role which from all account makes him a presidential appointee, he should be one of those banned from travelling. This he denied, recently saying he is not a government official. Granted, then.
So ROB is no longer going to contest the senatorial by elections any more. BRAVO Madame President.Liberians should expect Rob to replace the vice president any time soon.
Good article, but are you sure and do you want to believe that Bob Sirleaf is on an Ebola campaign internationally? Think again, because in the first place the world does not need an emissary from Africa or Liberia to inform them about Ebola. What resource or Ebola knowledge does Liberia has? Mr. Sirleaf once again has been sent by his mother to negotiate on OIL CONTRACTS and other business contracts and to also bank some stolen funds.
This brilliant article is well matched by the insightful comments it has spawned, especially that by Phillip Saa Tali Jr., who believes that Robert Sirleaf's mission has nothing to do with Ebola.
Robert ..., 5 May 2014 [cached]
Robert Sirleaf
Section 8 (4) -STRUCTURE OF THE BUDGET- states, "…The annexes should provide specific details…summary of annual financial plans (budget) and operations for state-owned enterprises…" Complying with the PFM Law, President Sirleaf, in the 2012/2013 Budget, included all of the revenue/expense statements of every entity, but with an eye-popping US $138m million cash outlay for operating expenses. The US $138m expense, about one-third (1/3) of the US $453m of the total Liberian Budget, was spent by the National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL) as per the chart below showing revenue and expense.
Interestingly, NOCAL expended this huge amount during the Board chairmanship of Robert Sirleaf, son of President Sirleaf.
Rather, the question is why is President Sirleaf violating the Law? Or what is the motive for including the other thirteen (13) state-owned entities within the 2013/14 budget, but conveniently excluded information about the state-owned entity that reported significant revenue and expenditure. This is especially troubling since Robert Sirleaf, son of President Sirleaf served as both operating executive manager and chairman of the Board of Directors during 2011 and 2012.
Liberian stakeholders should encourage President Sirleaf to abide by the 2009 PRFM Law and disclose the source of the revenue and the recipients of the US $138m and the comprehensive financial statements of NOCAL. | FiBank Liberia | First International Bank Liberia, 12 Jan 2014 [cached]
Mr. Robert Sirleaf -Chairman An experienced and professional investment banker who served at a senior level in Corporate America as a Managing Director at Wachovia Securities, and held other high level positions on Wall Street. Currently, he serves as the Senior Advisor to the President of Liberia on high level investment, financial and economic/development affairs, and is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL). He is a graduate of George Mason University, in Fairfax, VA.
Trinity term news round-up | Blavatnik School of Government [cached]
14 June - Robert Sirleaf, Senior Adviser to the President of Liberia, for a discussion with students on the MPP Policy Challenge on Natural Resource Management
Robert Sirleaf, who is running ..., 8 Dec 2014 [cached]
Robert Sirleaf, who is running for a seat in the Monrovia area, has now filed a suit, asking for the ban to be lifted.
Robert Sirleaf's opponent, soccer legend George Weah, also opposes the ban.
Critics of Robert Sirleaf say his suit is merely a show of distancing himself from his mother, who has been accused of nepotism for giving him plum government posts in the past. Robert Sirleaf has served as chairman of the board of the National Oil Company of Liberia and as a senior adviser to the president. He has since resigned both posts.
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