Liberia President-Elect Weah to Inherit a 'Broke' Govt
The signs of a turbulent economy became more glaring when the current president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, made a policy decision last month to freeze all payments of bonuses, severance allowance, and incentives to government officials.
FrontPageAfrica, 8 January 2018
President-elect George Weah is set to take office on January 22 and he will be inheriting several daunting challenges that include fixing a sinking economy. Read more »
President-elect George Weah
The country's electoral commission says that Weah won 61.5 percent of the total vote and won 14 out of Liberia's 15 counties. Weah ran against Vice President Joseph Boakai, and ... Read more »