HE Edward Turay – High Commissioner
Edward Mohamed Turay took up appointment in 2010 as High Commissioner of Sierra Leone accredited to the Court of St. James. Before his appointment in the United Kingdom, Turay was the Majority Leader of the House of Parliament in Sierra Leone and a Barrister of Law.
He studied Law in Manchester and was called to the Bar at Lincoln Inn in London after which he travel to Jamaica where he worked as a Senior Prosecutor before going back to Sierra Leone to serve as Magistrate, then later as a active politician.
Turay contested the 1996 Presidential elections.
HE Tamba Mansa Ngegba – Deputy High Commissioner
Tamba Mansa Ngegba took up office as Deputy High Commissioner of Sierra Leone accredited to the Court of St. James in 2008. He attended the Prince of Wales School and later studied Electrical Engineering and Management. He later studied Philosophy and languages.
He trained as a lecturer, and pursued post graduate studies in Higher Education and taught Electrical Engineering, Business Management, Information Management communications, Higher mathematics, French and Russia, Mr. Ngegba is a full member of the Institute of Engineering Technology.
He also studied CPE in Law. Ngegba also worked in the retail and engineering industry within the management level for an appreciable period before his appointment. He is married with five children.
Alan C. Logan – Head of Chancery
Mr. Alan Logan was posted as a Counsellor and Head of Chancery at the Sierra Leone High Commission in London in September 2015. He serves as administrative head and also handles political and economic matters.
Before coming to London, Mr. Logan served as Deputy Director of the International Organizations and Legal Affairs Division at the Sierra Leone Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Other previousassignments include diplomatic postings to the Sierra Leone Embassy in Guinea and the Sierra Leone Embassy United States of America.