Liberia: President Works From Home Due to Snakes

President George M. Weah, during his second Annual Address to the Joint session of the National Legislature on January 28, 2019.

Two black snakes were seen slithering in the president's office building, forcing him to work from home during fumigation efforts. The presidential mansion burned down in 2006.

Liberian President George Weah was forced to work from home on Thursday after his office was invaded by snakes.

Two black snakes were found slithering from a hole in the reception area of the building hosting the presidential office.

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